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August 1986 

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SEAN MARSEES SMOKELESS DEATH T^ceT 

The angry red spot with its hard white core was the size of a half-dollar. It belonged, thought Dr. Carl Hook, in the mouth of 
a 75-year-old who had been dipping snuff since the age of three, not on the tongue of the high-school boy who sat across 
from him. "I'm sorry, Sean," said the Ada, Okla., throat specialist. "It doesn't look good. We'll have to do a biopsy." 

Sean Marsee was stunned. He didn't smoke or drink. You couldn't and win 28 medals running anchor leg on the 400 meter 
relay. A tapered five foot five, 130 pounds, Sean had always taken excellent care of his body: watching his diet, lifting 
weights, running five miles a day six months of the year. 

Now this. How could it be? True, he was never without a dip. He used up a can of snuff, a type of smokeless tobacco, every 
dayandahalf, holdingitinhismouthto get a nicotine jolt without smoking. It was popular among high school athletes who 
didn't want to break training. "But I didn't know snuff could be that bad for your," Sean said. "No warning label or anything. 
And all those ads on TV..." 

A Mind of His Own. Eighteen year old Sean had been secretly using "smokless" — chewing tobacco briefly, then snuff — 
since he was 12. His mother, Betty, a registered nurse, had hit the roof when she found out. Didn't he know tobacco was 
hazardous, smoke or no smoke? 

Sean refused to believe her. Would sports stars sell snuff on TV if it hurt you? Why, even his coach, Jim Brigance, a bear for 
conditioning, knew boys on his team dipped and didn't make a big thing of it. 

Finally, Betty dropped the subject. It had been Sean who pulled his sister Marian out of the lake when she fell through the 
ice; Sean who was his sister Melissa's model for an ideal husband; Sean who taught his younger brothers Shannon and 
Jason to hunt, fish and trap; Sean who planned to join the Army Airborne as a career and to get his college education paid 
for. The oldest of her five children had a mind of his own. 

Besides, Betty, a single parent working the hospital night shift in Ada, had enough to thinkaboutjust raising thechildren. 
Then Sean had come to her with his ugly sore. Betty took one look; her heart sank. And now Dr. Hook was saying, "I'm afraid 
we'll have to remove that part of your tongue, Sean." 

A Necessary Mutilation. On May 16, 1983, the operation was performed at the Valley View Hospital in Ada. More of Sean's 
tongue had to be removed than Dr. Hook had anticipated. Worse, the tumor biopsy was positive. Once the swelling in his 
mouth went down, Sean agreed to see a radiation therapist. 

Before therapy could begin, however, a newly swollen lymph node was found in Sean's neck, an ominous sign that the 
cancer had spread. Radical neck surgery would now be needed. Gently Dr. Hook recommended the severest option: 
removing the lower jaw on the right side as well as all lymph nodes, muscles and blood vessels except the life-sustaining 
carotid artery. There might be some sinking, but the chin would support the general planes of the face. 

Betty Marsee began to cry. Sean was being asked to approve his own mutilation — Sean who was so fastidious about his 
appearance that he'd even swallow his dip rather than be caught spitting tobacco juice. They sat in silence for ten minutes. 
Then dimly, she heard him say, "Not the jawbone. Don't take the jawbone." 

"Okay, Sean," Dr. Hook said softly. "But the rest, that's the least we should do." 

On June 20 Sean underwent a second operation, which lasted eight hours. That same month 150 students and teachers at 
Talihina High assembled to honor their most outstanding athlete. Sean could not be there to receive his award. 

Coach Brigance and his assistant came to the Marsee trailer home to present him with the walnut plaque. They tried not to 
stare at the huge scar that ran like a railroad track from their star performer's earlobe to his breastbone. Smiling crookedly 
out of the other. side of his mouth, Sean thanked them. 

Last Lap. Miraculously, Sean snapped back. When Dr. Hook saw him that August, he showed no trace of his ordeal except 
the white incision scar. Five weeks of radiation therapy were behind him. Sean greeted his doctor with enthusiasm, plainly 
happy to be alive. 

He really believes his superb physical condition is going to lick it, Carl Hook thought, driving home. Let's hope he's going 
to win this race too. 

But in October Sean started having headaches. A CAT scan showed twin tentacles of fresh malignancy, one snaking down 
his back, the other curling under the base of his brain. 

Sean had his third operation in November 1983. It was the jawbone operation he had feared — and more. After ten hours on 
the operating table, he had four huge drains coming from a foot-long crescent wound, a breathing tube, a feeding tube 
through his nose, and two tubes in his arm veins. Sean looked at Betty as if to say, My God, Mom, I didn't know it was going to 
hurt like this. 

The Marsees brought Sean home for Christmas. Even then, he remained optimistic, until the day in January when he found 
lumps in the left side of his neck. Later, Betty answered when the hospital phoned the results of another biopsy. Sean knew 
the news was bad by her silent tears as she listened. When she hung up, he was in her arms, and for the first time since the 
awful nightmare started, grit-tough Sean Marsee began to sob. 

After several minutes, he straightened and said, "Don't worry. I'm going to be fine." Like the winning runner he was, he still 
had faith in his finishing kick. 

For the last two week's of Sean's life, his adjustable hospital bed dominated the trailer's living room. Coach Brigance 
visited often, sometimes with a check from Talihina-area residents, teachers and classmates who knew how hard-pressed 
the Marsees must be. 

Almost to the end Sean insisted on caring for himself, packing his wound and cleaning and reinserting his breathing tube 
several times a day. 

One day Sean confessed to Betty that he still craved snuff. "I catch myself thinking," he said, "I'll just reach over and have a 
dip." Then he added that he wished he could visit the high school locker room to show the athletes "what you look like when 
you see it." His appearance, he knew, would be persuasive. A classmate who had come to see him fainted dead away. 

One friend who didn't flinch was John O'Dell, then 29, a former football player from the local Fellowship of Christian 
Athletes. John asked Sean, when he became unable to speak, if he'd like to pencil something to share with young athletes 
"later". Sean wrote two brief messages. One was a simple declaration of Christian faith. The other was a plea: Don't dip snuff. 

Early on February 25, 1984, Sean smiled a tired smile at his sister Marian and flashed an index finger skyward. An hour later 

he died. . ,, ,„ 

Continued on Page 12 



VOL. XLIX No. 1 



The Kentucky High School Athlete 

Official Publication of the 
Kentucky High School Athletic Association 

AUGUST, 1986 



$5.00 PER YEAR 




MINUTES 

OF THE 

BOARD MEETING 



The Board of Control of the Kentucky High School 
Athletic Association met at Barkley Lodge, Cadiz, 
Kentucky, on Friday, July 25, 1986. The meeting was called 
to order at 8:30 a.m. by President Pat Crawford. Present 
were all Board Members, Commissioner Tom Mills, 
Assistant Commissioners Brigid DeVries and Louis Stout. 
Also present were Julian Tackett, Sports Information 
Director and Lloyd Redman representing the State 
Department of Education. The Invocation was given by 
Lloyd Redman. 

Charlie Wilson made the motion, seconded by Tom 
Buchanan, that the minutes of the April 17 Board meeting 
be approved. The motion passed unanimously. 

Frank Welch moved, seconded by Tom Buchanan, that 
Chester Turner be elected President of the Board for the 
1986-87 school year. Tom Buchanan moved seconded by 
Charlie Wilson that Frank Welch be elected Vice President. 
Mr. Turner and Mr. Welch were elected by acclimation. Mr. 
Crawford then turned the meeting over to Mr. Turner. 

President Turner appointed the following committees: 



EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 

Chester Turner, Chrmn. 

Frank Welch, V. Chrmn. 

Sam Chandler 

Ken Tippett 

David Webb 

FOOTBALL COMMITTEE 

Chester Turner, Chrmn. 

Frank Welch, V. Chrmn. 

Charlie Miller 

Tony dinger 

David Webb 

Charlie Wilson 

EAST ELIG. COMMITTEE 

Tony dinger, Chrmn. 

Charlie Wilson, V. Chrmn. 

Ken Tippett 

Chester Turner 

Frank Welch 



BASKETBALL COMMITTEE 

Charlie Wilson, Chrmn. 

Grant Talbott, V. Chrmn. 

Tom Buchanan 

Sam Chandler 

Ken Tippett 

ALL-SPORTS COMMITTEE 

David Webb, Chrmn. 

Tom Buchanan, V. Chrmn. 

Charlie Miller 

Tony dinger 

Grant Talbott 

Frank Welch 

WEST ELIG. COMMITTEE 

David Webb. V. Chrmn 

Grant Talbott, V. Chrmn. 

Tom Buchanan 

Sam Chandler 

Charlie Miller 



President Turner gave a brief report on his attendance at 
the National Federation Meeting held in Las Vegas, 
Nevada. He reported that Bill Hanlin, Commissioner of the 
West Virginia Secondary School Activities Association, 
was elected to the National Federation Executive 
Committee as an At Large member from Section 2, which 
includes the State of Kentucky. 

President Turner called on Bowling Green to make their 
presentation to the Board regarding their bid on the 1988 
and 1989 Girls' State Basketball Tournament. Making 
presentations were Horace Shrader, Bowling Green 
Tourist Commission and Jim Holton, Bowling Green- 
Warren County Chamber of Commerce. Other 
representatives of the Delegation were Dee Gibson, Pam 
Herriford, Jim Feix and Paul Cook of Western Kentucky 
University; Gerald Borders, Greenwood Inn; and Fred 
Hensley, Director of Public Information. 

The next bid presentation was made by Tom Howell on 
behalf of the Capital Plaza Authority and the City of 
Frankfort. Also present from Frankfort were Ken Smith, 
President, and Pat Badgett, Executive Director, Chamber 



of Commerce; Jackie Bellar, Frankfort Tourism Bureau; 
Peggy Parker, Executive Director, Civic Center; and Kim 
Bredow, Capital Plaza Hotel. 

Commissioner Tom Mills then presented a written bid on 
behalf of Eastern Kentucky University to host the 1988 and 
1989 Girls Basketball Tournaments. 

President Turner then called on representatives of 
Lexington and Louisville who had requested to appear 
before the Board to present bid proposals for the 1988 and 
1989 Boys' State Baketball Tournament sites. Making the 
presentation on behalf of the City of Louisville was Mayor 
Jerry Abramson. Other Louisville delegates present were 
Lynn Ashton, Russell Anderson, Faith Lyles, Barry 
Strafacci, Bob DeSpain, Marvin Holthouser and Mike 
Conliff. Mayor Scotty Baesler made the presentation on 
behalf of the City of Lexington. Others from Lexington 
included Tom Minter, Jim Smither and John Alexander. 
Following these presentations, Ken Tippett made a motion 
that the Board break for lunch. Frank Welch seconded the 
motion which passed unanimously. 

Following a lunch break, President Chester Turner 
suggested that the Board conduct the Hearings which had 
been scheduled for 2:00 p.m. before discussing the 
tournament sites. 

Principal William Dunn had requested a hearing before 
the Board to request that South Hopkins High School be 
moved from Class A, Region I, District 2 in Football to 
Class AA, Region 1, District 2. Following his presentation 
and a lengthy discussion thereof, David Webb moved, 
seconded by Charlie Miller that his request be denied. The 
motion passed 9-1. 

The second appeal was made by Leslie Miller on behalf 
of her son, Terry Nannie, a senior at Reidland High School. 
Mrs. Miller was requesting that the Commissioner's ruling 
be waived to allow Terry to participate in athletics. 
Following a discussion of her appeal, David Webb made a 
motion that this matter be investigated further. Ken Tippett 
seconded the motion which carried unanimously. In the 
meantime, Terry E. Nannie remains ineligible to represent 
Reidland High School in interscholastic athletics. 

Then came Mr. Charles Wiggeron behalf of his son, Eric, 
a student at Covington Catholic High School. Following 
his presentation and questions to him by the Board 
members, Tom Buchanan made a motion that the 
Commissioner's ruling be waived in this case and Eric be 
declared eligible to participate in athletics. Frank Welch 
seconded the motion which passed unanimously. 

Commissioner Mills presented a request from Charles 
W. Scott, Burgin Schools requesting that students 
traveling to Harrodsburg schools for courses not offered 
by the Burgin schools be permitted to represent 
Harrodsburg High School in sports not offered at Burgin 
High School. Following a lengthy discussion, Grant 
Talbott made a motion that the Commissioner's ruling be 
upheld and that Supt. Scott's request be denied. Tom 
Buchanan seconded the motion which passed 
unanimously. 

Commissioner Mills then presented a request from 
Janice McCuiston on behalf of her son, Darrin that the 
Board waive By-Law 3, Age. Following a lengthy 
discussion of the matter, Tom Buchanan made a motion 
that the Board uphold the Commissioner's ruling in this 
case. Frank Welch seconded the motion which passed 
unanimously. 

President Turner then called on Principal Bob Rogers, 
Ballard Memorial High School who requested the Board to 
waive By-Law 27, Limitation of Seasons and permit Ballard 

Continued on Page 2 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR AUGUST, 1986 



AUGUST, 1986 VOL. XLIX, NO. 1 

Published monthly, except June and July, by the Kentucky 
High School Athletic Association, Office of Publication, 
560 E. Cooper Dr., P.O. Box 22280, Lexington, KY 40522. 

Third class postage paid at Richmond, Kentucky 
Acceptance for mailing at special rate of postage provided 
for in Section 1 103. Act of October 3, 1 91 7, authorized May 
3, 1926. Publication No. 293080. 

Please send notice of undelivered copies on form 3579 to: 
K.H.S A.A., P.O. Box 22280, Lexington, Kentucky 40522 

Editor TOM MILLS 

Assistant Editor ANNE WESLEY MAYS 

Assistant Editor BRIGID L. DeVRIES 

Assistant Editor LOUIS STOUT 

Assistant Editor BILLY V. WISE 

Assistant Editor JULIAN TACKETT 

Lexington, Kentucky 

BOARD OF CONTROL 

President - Chester Turner (1983-1987) Fort Thomas, 
Vice-President - Frank Welch (1984-1988) Belfry, 
Directors - Tom Buchanan (1985-1989) Eddyville. Sam 
Chandler (1986-1990) Shelbyville, Charles Miller (1986- 
1990) Louisville, Tony Olinger (1984-1989) Lexington, 
Grant Talbott (1984-1988) Owensboro, Ken Tippett (1985- 
1989) Versailles, David Webb (1983-1987) Brownsville, 
Charlie Wilson (1984-1988) Hyden, State Department of 
Education - Lloyd Redman, Louisville. 

Subscription Rate $5.00 per year 

Continued from Page 1 

Memorial to play a scheduled football game with Webster 
County on August 22, 1986. Following a discussion of this 
request, Tom Buchanan made a motion that Mr. Roger s 
request be denied. Sam Chandler seconded the motion 
which passed unanimously. 

Commissioner Mills presented a request from Principal 
Ray Wilson, Hickman County High School, who asked the 
Board to approve Hickman County's participation in the 
Massac Superman Basketball Classic with all games being 
played being counted as only one game toward the 24 
game season limit. Tom Buchanan moved, seconded by 
David Webb that the request be granted. The motion 
passed by a vote of 8 in favor and 1 opposed. 

David Webb moved, seconded by Tom Buchanan, that 
all bills of the Association for the period beginning April 1 , 
1986 and ending June 30, 1986, be allowed. The motion 
carried unanimously. 

Ken Tippett made the motion, seconded by Tom 
Buchanan, that the Board go into Executive Session for 
the purpose of discussing the bids for the Boys and Girls 
1988 and 1989 Basketball Tournament sites. The motion 
carried unanimously. 

Following a lengthy discussion, Charlie Wilson moved, 
seconded by Ken Tippett, that the Board come out of 
Executive Session. The motion carried unanimously. 

Ken Tippett moved that the 1988 and 1989 Girls' State 
Basketball Tournament be awarded to Frankfort and the 
Capital Plaza Authority. Charlie Wilson seconded the 
motion. The motion passed by a vote of 6 in favor and 4 
opposed. 

Charles Miller made the motion that the site of the 1988 
Boys' State Basketball Tournament be held in Louisville 
and the site of the 1989 Boys' State Basketball Tournament 
be held in Lexington. Sam Chandler seconded the motion, 
which passed by a vote of 6 in favor and 4 opposed. 

Commissioner Mills then distributed copies of the 1986- 
87 Working Budget for discussion. Charlie Wilson made a 
motion, seconded by Tom Buchanan, that the Board 
accept the Close Estimate Working Budget as presented. 
The motion carried unanimously. 



At the request of the principals of the football playing 
parochial schools in Jefferson County, Mr. Mills 
recommended that the Football Committee study the 
present method used in the Jefferson County area to 
determine the district championship. Mr. Mills requested 
that formal hearings be conducted on this matter. Charlie 
Wilson moved, seconded by Frank Welch, that the 
Commissioner's recommendation be approved. The 
motion passed unanimously. 

Exec. Asst. Wise asked that the Minutes of the Basketball 
Assigning Secretaries Meeting be approved. Following a 
discussion of the changes in assignment procedures and 
minor revisions, Charlie Miller moved that the minutes be 
accepted. The motion was seconded by Tony Olinger, 
which passed unanimously. 

Ken Tippet made a motion, seconded by David Webb 
that the All-Sports Committee study the feasibility of a 
Coach's Box (BK rule 10-5) for the 1986-87 season. The 
motion carried unanimously. 

Grant Talbott moved, seconded by Tony Olinger, that 
the All-Sports Committee evaluate the Medical 
Symposium programs that have been conducted by the 
Kentucky Medical Association for the past two years for 
coaches in high risk sports of Baseball, Basketball, 
Football, Soccer and Wrestling. The motion passed 
unanimously. 

Assistant Commissioner Stout asked the Board's 
approval for the Soccer Tournament to be held at 
Lafayette High School in 1986. Charlie Wilson made a 
motion that Mr. Stout's request beapproved. Tony Olinger 
seconded the motion which carried unanimously. 

The next meeting of the Board of Control is scheduled to 
be held at the K.H.S.A.A. Office Building, 560 East Cooper 
Drive on October 18, 1986 at 9:00 a.m. Any appeals 
hearings will be held on Friday, October 17, 1986 at 2:00 
p.m. 

There being no further business, Frank Welch made a 
motion that the meeting be adjourned. Charlie Wilson 
seconded the motion, which carried unanimously. 



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ANNOUNCEMENT 



Kentucky Association of Pep Organization Sponsors 



KAPOS has awarded scholarships to 
deserving cheerleaders since 1964. Named in 
honor of our founder, Stella S. Gilb, these 
scholarships have amounted to $24,900. The 
1986 recipients and choice of college are: Jodi 
Darvill, Metcalfe County, Kentucky Wesleyan; 
Amy Davis, Clinton County, University of 
Kentucky; Melanie Fletcher, Pikeville, 
University of Kentucky; Meredith Fletcher, 
Pikeville, University of Kentucky; Kathy 
Kenney, Assumption, University of Louisville. 
(Melanie and Meredith are twins). Each of 
these recipients received $1,000 toward her 
college education. 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR AUGUST, 1986 



PAGE THREE 



MINUTES - 

1986 BASKETBALL ASSIGNING 

SECRETARIES MEETING 

May 12, 1986 

The Basketbal Assigning Secretaries of the Kentucky 
High School Athletic Association met on Monday, May 12, 
1986, at the Kentucky High School Athletic Association 
Office in Lexington. The meeting was called to order at 
9:00 a.m. by Billy Wise, Executive Assistant. Attending the 
meeting were: Jim Henley, 1st Region; Bill Burton, 2nd 
Region; Jerry Kimmel, 3rd Region; Dr. Bill Meadors, 4th 
Region; Howard Gardner, 5th Region; Carol Funk, 6th & 
7th Regions; Roy Winchester, 8th Region; Bob Miller, 9th 
Region; Howard Rogers and Bobby Flynn, 10th & 11th 
Regions; Noel Hargis, 12th Region; Ray Canady, 13th 
Region; Don Stacy, 14th Region; Paul Dotson, 15th 
Region; Bobby Crager, 16th Region; Daphne Goodin, 
President of the Kentucky Girls' Sports Association; Joan 
Mitchell, Secretary of the Kentucky Girls' Sports 
Association; Tom Mills, Commissioner, and Julian 
Tackett, Sports Information Director. Prior to the business 
meeting, a moment of silence was observed in memory of 
Pete Mattingly, the Assigning Secretary of 6th & 7th 
Regions, who passed away during the past year. 
INTRODUCTION 

Never has basketball officiating been more in the public 
eye. More and more criticism is directed toward officials in 
the newspapers, electronic media and in public 
comments. Assigning secretaries and game officials at the 
local level, as well as the K.H.S.A.A. must bear the amount 
of these complaints, and improve in areas where 
improvement is not only needed but essential. 

Perhaps it is the fault of the K.H.S.A.A., perhaps it is a 
problem at the local level, but the major impetus in 
officiating has changed from improving officials and 
maintaining the high quality of the game, to a pure and 
simple ratings war. This has left many assigning 
secretaries with a difficult dilemma, juggling time between 
the evaluation and scheduling of officials, and the tedious 
time consuming process of compiling ratings. This has 
also subjected the assigning secretaries to criticism, and 
accusations of unethical conduct. 

After carefully evaluating our current procedure, it is 
time to make some changes for the betterment of the game 
of basketball, the officials, the assigning secretaries and all 
others involved. 

Following the introduction, Daphne Goodin presented 
to the group recommendations of the Girls' Sports 
Association pertaining to basketball officials. 

(A) Officials - including By-Law 25, Section 4, 
Classification of Officials as follows: before being eligible 
to take Part II of the National Federation Exam, the 
registered official must have officiated four (4) quarters of 
scrimmage play, working with an approved or certified 
official. These scrimmage quarters are to be evaluated by 
two (2) other approved or certified officials (any 
combination), as well as the working partner of the 
registered official. These evaluations are to be shared with 
the registered official and scrimmage coach/coaches 
during any intermission of play. (These evaluations have 
no bearing upon the registered official's rating, but should 
serve as a learning and improvement tool. It is strongly 
recommended that a video tape be employed.) A 
registered official must have completed twelve (12) game 
assignments within one (1) season to be eligible to take 
Part II of the National Federation Exam. Approved Officials 
- shall work two (2) scrimmage quarters of play using the 
same procedure as for registered officials and shall work 
fourteen (14) games per season before being eligible to 
meet the requirements for the certified rating. A certified 
official's season's schedule (excluding tournaments) shall 



include a 40-60% ratio of girls/boys games before being 
eligible to officiate District, Regional or State 
Tournaments. 

(B) The following is the recommended rating ratio to be 
used for officials: 

60% Coaches 
15% Assigning Secretaries 
15% National Federation Exam 
10% Clinic Attendance 
The two top scores and two bottom scores are 
eliminated from the coach's rating. 

(C) All ratings should be sent to and computerized at the 
K.H.S.A.A. Office. These ratings are to be made available 
to the officials and coaches. 

Mr. Wise thanked Ms. Goodin for her presentation 
indicating that her suggestions would be submitted to the 
Board of Control for consideration. 
RATING SYSTEM 
The basketball rating system currently calls for a 100 
point evaluation svstem with the following breakdown: 

Assigning Secretary 40 

Coaches Rating 35 

K.H.S.A.A. Clinic 5 

Nat. Fed. Part II Test 15 

Current Rating 5 

Total 100 

The following rating system is to be presented to the 
Board of Control at the July Board Meeting: 
AS OF THIS DATE, THE SYSTEM IS HEREBY AMENDED 
TO THE FOLLOWING BREAKDOWN: 

Coaches Rating 60 

Assigning Secretary 15 

K.H.S.A.A. Clinic 10 

Nat. Fed. Part II Test ...15 

Total 100 

In each of the past several seasons, the rating system 
has been modified slightly. These changes have been in an 
effort to improve the quality of officiating in regular and 
post season games However, with the voluminous amount 
of paper work that goes into calculating the ratings, and 
with their increasing importance among officials, 
objective evaluation and calculation has become 
questionable. Reports of "ratings tampering", patronage, 
and other accusations have questioned the integrity of 
nearly everyone involved in the assignment of games and 
the rating of officials. 

It is the intent of the K.H.S.A.A. to make this process as 
streamlined as possible, while at the same time utilizing 
the expertise of the assigning secretaries to evaluate 
officials and assign games. 

Therefore, effective this year, the K.H.S.A.A. will work 
along with the assigning secretary to compile the ratings 
as follows: 

1) Registration for all returning officials will be from May 
1 to June30. Registration after thisdeadlinewill result 
in a $25.00 fee in addition to all fees for sports which 
are due. This applies only to re-registering officials. 
The deadline for new officials will remain as is, 
January 1. This notice was placed in the 1985-86 
officials handbook, and was printed in the Athlete in 
every issue since January, 1986. 

2) Each official will be required to join a local associ- 
ation before November 3 in order to be rated for that 
season. 

3) A complete list of all officials will be forwarded to all 
assigning secretaries on or about September 1. This 
list will be used by the Assigning Secretary to 
designate which officials are members of the local 
Association, verifying that all officials are in 
compliance with K.H.S.A.A. Regulations requiring 
membership in a local association. This list must be 



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returned to the K.H.S.A.A. by the first Monday in 
November. 

4) Another complete list of all officials will be forwarded 
to all assigning secretaries on or about November 15. 
This list will also be used to record the test scores for 
officials taking the Part II examination at the local 
association test site. Also included in this mailing is 
the National Federation Part II Examinations. The list 
is to be returned to Mrs. Patti Pruitt at the K.H.S.A.A. 
for processing, postmarked no later than December 
15. Also at this time the Assigning Secretary shall 
forward to the K.H.S.A.A. a list of scratched officials, 
separated by schools, to insure that an invalid rating 
is not entered into an official's rating. The K.H.S.A.A. 
office will handle any rating (Certified. Approved, 
Registered) change, and will return confirmation to 
each official. 

5) The K.H.S.A.A. will send out to each school on the 
first Monday in November, rating cards to be used to 
evaluate officials. These cards are to be maintained 
on file by the school for a period of not less than two 
years, and will be required to be brought to the 
K.H.S.A.A. in the case of a rating challenge by an 
official. Separate cards will be issued for evaluating 
officials in boys and girls games 

6) The K.H.S.A.A. will mail to each member school on or 
about the first Monday in January, a list of the officials 
in their service area (in accordance with the list 
submitted in November by the Assigning Secretary) 
in the form of a rating summary sheet. Separate 
sheets will be issued for evaluating boys and girls 
officials. The rating cards will serve as a guideline for 
each coach to enter a rating on each official onto the 
summary sheet. This summary sheet will also require 
verification of having seen the official work at least 
one game and the coach's signature. This summary 
sheet will be due in to K.H.S.A.A. office no later than 
January 30. Any rating received after January 30 will 
not be entered into the official's rating for tourna- 
ments. Any school which does not submit ratings on 
officials will not be entitled to have scratches 
honored. This would encourage schools to rate the 
officials on a per game basis using the cards provided. 
No rating below 5 will be accepted as valid. Separate 
ratings will be submitted and compiled for boys and 
girls competition. 

7) The local assigning secretary will continue to assign 
all games for member schools of the local associ- 
ation. He/she will evaluate the officials, and submit 
ratings to the K.H.S.A.A. based separately on both 
boys and girls competition. These ratings will be due 
in the K.H.S.A.A. office prior to January 30, 1987. No 
rating below 5 will be accepted as valid. Separate 
ratings will be submitted and compiled for boys and 
girls competition. 

8) The results will be processed by the K.H.S.A.A. The 
ratings will be sent out to the Assigning Secretaries 
on or about February 10forassignmentof districtand 
regional officials with consideration for scratch lists 
by schools. Separate rating lists will be issued for 
boys and girls competition. Tournament assignments 
will be due in the K.H.S.A.A. office by February 17. 

9) To be eligible to work a boys district, regional or state 
tournament, an official will be required to work forty 
(40) percent of his/her games involving boys compe- 
tition. This shall be verified by the local assigning 
secretary. 

10) To be eligible to work a girls district, regional or state 
tournament, an official will be required to work forty 
(40) percent of his/her games involving girls compe- 
tition. This shall be verified by the local assigning 
secretary. 



A final rating list of all officials will be issued to the 
Assigning Secretary at the conclusion of the season to be 
used at the local level. 

Following a lengthy discussion of the aforementioned 
points, two motions were made. The first motion was made 
by Bob Miller and seconded by Howard Rogers that each 
official must have a minimum of 10 evaluations from 
coaches or they cannot be rated. The motion carried 1 2 to 
1 with 1 abstaining. The second motion was made by Roy 
Winchester that in order to be eligible to work any 
boys'/girls' district, regional or state tournaments, an 
official will be required to work 40% of his/her games 
involving both boys/girls competition. Jim Henley 
seconded the motion. The motion carried 14-0. 
TRAINING 
The goal of the K.H.S.A.A. is to improve the training of 
officials, both young and old, as well as the recruitment of 
new officials. The training process has been sacrificed in 
the last few years due to the emphasis and time involved in 
the rating process. 

Such things as on floor clinics, in depth rules study, and 
other important efforts can be made at the local level to 
help improve officiating. Other suggestions include 
holding required scrimmages where old and new officials 
may be evaluated by an assigning secretary; the use of 
video tape to review officials; and involving the public in 
some sort of public education effort on the rules and 
regulations of high school basketball. 

A motion was made by Noel Hargis and seconded by 
Paul Dotson that two (2) scrimmages by officials be made 
mandatory during the 1986-87 season. The motion passed 
with a vote of 12-2. 

In the area of recruitment, the K.H.S.A.A. will provide all 
daily newspapers with information on the proper 
procedure to register with this Association. This 
information will be available for all assigning secretaries 
and local associations to use on the recruitment of new 
officials. 

Also, each assigning secretary will be required to submit 
to the K.H.S.A.A. a list of all new local association 
members, and the number of scrimmages, and games 
worked, and meetings/clinics attended. This list must be 
turned in to the K.H.S.A.A. by February 2. 
SUMMARY 



DATE 



Oct 6-30 

Nov 3 



DUTY 

! 30 Re-Regislralion ol all officials 

Deadline for re-registra!ion without fint 
Mail to Assigning Secretaries 

complete list of officials to use in 
recording local association membershi 
KHSAA State Rules Clinics. Sign in 

lists to be provided by clinician 
Deadline for joining local association 
Rating cards mailed to all coaches by 



Dec 
Dec 



KHSAA 
Submit list of local association members 

to KHSAA office 
Submit scratch from school to the 

KHSAA 
Part II Exams and list of officials mailed 

to each assigning secretary 
National Federation Part II Exam 
Deadline for returning Part II Exam 

scores to KHSAA on lists provided 
Deadline for registration of new officials 
Boys and Girls Rating Summary Sheets 

mailed to schools 
Assigning Secretary Ratings due to 

KHSAA, due for boys and girls 



RESPONSIBLE 
PARTY 

KHSAA/Officials 

Officials 

KHSAA 

KHSAA 

Official 
KHSAA 

: Assign. Sec 

Assign. Sec 

KHSAA 

Assign Sec 
Assign Sec. 

; New officials 
KHSAA 

Assign. Sec 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR AUGUST, 1986 



PAGE FIVE 



Feb. 2 
Feb 10 
Feb. 16 



School Rating Summary Sheets due to Schools 

KHSAA 

Mail list of new recruited officials Assign Sec 

and other requirements to KHSAA 

Ratings mailed to Assigning Secretaries KHSAA 

Ralings to Assigning Secretaries KHSAA 

Tournament assignments due to KHSAA Assign Sec 



DUTIES OF THE BASKETBALL 
ASSIGNING SECRETARY 

I. Act as a liaison between the Local Policy Committee 
or Board, Local Association officials, and the 
Kentucky High School Athletic Association. 
II. Assist in the recruiting and supervision of training 
programs for new officials, both boys and girls, and 
perpetuate the continued improvement of all officials, 
both old and new. Somesuggestions include lettering 
new and old officials work scrimmages, work junior 
high games, video tape evaluation, etc. 

III. Keep and submit the following records when 
requested: 

a) National Federation Part II Examination Scores 

b) Number of local meetings, scrimmages by each 
official 

c) Number of games assigned and worked by each 
official, both boys and girls. 

IV. Make final evaluation of officials and submit to the 
K.H.S.A.A. prior to the last Friday in January. 

V. Assist in the assignment of district and regional 
tournament officials, boys and girls. 

VI. Assign officials to all varsity games played by member 
schools, within region or area served. 

VII. Administer National Federation Part II Examination 
and send grades to the K.H.S.A.A. on the form 
provided. 

VIII. Correspond with each school in region at least once 
during the season. 
IX. Conduct make-up clinic after K.H.S.A.A. State Clinic 

for those who miss state clinic. 
X. Submit at the May meeting of the Assigning 

Secretaries, a list of schools serviced by the local 
association, an up to date list of the local policy Board 
or Committee members, and the policy board's 
current constitution. 
XI. Send to K.H.S.A.A. a copy of the minutes of each 
meeting of the local policy board immediately after 
each meeting. 

DUTIES OF THE LOCAL POLICY OR 
BOARD COMMITTEE 
Purpose - establish policies to aid the Kentucky High 
School Athletic Association with regard to the selection of 
officials as enumerated in the By-Laws, the establishment 
of fees for officials, pay scales for schools, securing 
schedules from the schools and the training of new 
officials. 

Numbers - each Committee or Board shall be composed 
of equal representation from each basketball district. 
Representatives shall be certified employees of an 
accredited member school within his/her district. 
Representatives shall be elected by the Board Appointed 
Representative from each of the member schools within 
the district. Representatives shall serve for a minimum of 
four years on a staggered basis, first such terms selected 
by lot. 

Officers - Committee or Board shall select a Chairman, 
Vice Chairman and a Secretary-Treasurer. 
Meetings - The Chairman of the Board shall call at least 



two (2) regular meetings during the school year. The 
Chairman may also call as many special meetings as 
deemed necessary to fulfill duties. Over fifty percent (50%) 
of the members must be present to constitute a quorum. A 
representative from the Kentucky High School Athletic 
Association Board of Control should meet with the Local 
Policy Committee or Board at least once during the year. 

Duties - 1) select and hire an Assigning Secretary and 
such assistance as it deems necessary, subject of course, 
to its supervision for Region in football and basketball. In 
accordance with the Kentucky High School Athletic 
Association By-Law 21 , all actions of the local policy board 
or committee, including the employment of the Assigning 
Secretary and their assistants, must be approved by the 
Commissioner. 2) see that each school within the Region 
submits completed schedule of games for assignment of 
officials to Assigning Secretary by: May 1, Basketball - 
August 1, Football. 3) secure an observer(s) for the 
purpose of aiding in evaluationg officials. 

A motion was made by Bill Burton and seconded by Don 
Stacy that Bill Wise present two (2) recommendations to 
the Board of Control at their July Meeting: (1) that the 
Assigning Secretaries be given passes to the hospitality 
room at the State Tournaments (2) that the Assigning 
Secretaries be given a complimentary pass for their 
spouses to the State Tournaments. The motion passed 
with a vote of 14-0 

A motion was made by Jerry Kimmel and seconded by 
Bob Miller that the future meeting be changed to two (2) 
days. One day for the discussion and teaching of proper 
mechanics and one for business (preferably on Sunday 
afternoon and Monday). The vote was 8 in favor, 2 
opposing and 4 abstaining. The format of this meeting will 
be determined at a later date. 

There being no further business, Roy Winchester made 
a motion that they adjourn and was seconded by Paul 
Dotson. 

"The Board of Control, at their regular meeting on 
Friday, July 25, 1986 at Lake Barkley State Park, approved 
the minutes of the Basketball Assigning Secretaries 
Meeting held at the Kentucky High School Athletic 
Association Office on Monday, May 12, 1986, with the 
following exceptions: 

(1) see page 3 (section 6): The sentence which reads, 
"This summary sheet will also require verification of 
having seen the official work at least one game and the 
coach's signature," was not approved. It was approved to 
read: The Coach will be allowed to rate only those officials 
who have officiated at least one of their contests during the 
season. 

(2) The Assigning Secretaries will receive one 
complimentary pass to the Boys' and Girls' State 
Tournament with the option of purchasing a seat adjacent 
to their complimentary pass. 




PAGE SIX 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR AUGUST, 1986 



TATES CREEK HIGH SCHOOL 
K.H.S.A.A. BASEBALL CHAMPION — 1985-86 




Front Row (L to R): Ted Hale, Brantley Adams, Elizabeth Martin (Statistician), Brian Isaac, Jay Kilgore. Second Row: Derrick 
Winn (Asst. Coach), Jimmy Bailey, Steve Walls, John Kropp, Mickey Marshall. Third Row: Kevin Beall, J.D. Kermode, Daryl 
Brown, Brian Lane, Chris Elliott, Chris Moore, Robbie Mathis. Back Row: Mike Harris, P.J. Stevens, Antoine Spillman, Bryant 
Freer, Kevin Jarvis, Travis Brashear, Tommy Mills (Asst. Coach), Head Coach Ron Cole. Not Pictured: Don Daniels (Asst. 
Coach). 



KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL BASEBALL TOURNAMENT 

Paintsville 1 



Tates Creek 3 , 



Tates Creek 3 



Elizabethtown High School 
June 5 - June 6, 1986 



Tates Creek 



St. Xavier 



Bowling Green 12, 



Bowling Green 



Tournament Officials 


Jim Dwyer - 


_ouisville 


Charlie Fraley 


- Radcliffe 


Donald Gilmore 


Hopkinsville 


Bart Rison 


- Irvine 



From The Commissioner's Office 



d©?I§©@§©?i 



IMPORTANT NOTICE TO K.H.S.A.A. PRINCIPALS 

Over the summer, the K.H.S.A.A. has be mailed supplies to the member 
schools. These include transfer forms, game contracts, foreign exchange 
forms, and eligibility booklets. PLEASE DISPOSE OF ALL OLD TRANSFER FORMS, 
GAME CONTRACTS, ELIGIBILITY BOOKLETS, and PARTICIPATION LISTS. These forms 
and publications have changed considerably in the past few years, and it is 
important and will expedite the processing of any inquiry if you will use 
the current form. Please advise the K.H.S.A.A. if you run out of any form, 
and we will be happy to provide you with additional copies. 

PADDING REQUIREMENTS CHANGED FOR BASKETBALL BACKBOARDS 

Padding on rectangular backboards must meet new specifications as a result 
of action at the National Federation Rules Committee Meeting. Both the 
bottom front and the bottom back edge of a rectangular board must be padded 
up a distance of 3/4 of an inch with a minimum of 1 inch thickness. The 
bottom and side padding must continue to meet the current 2 inch thickness 
requirement. Schools should examine the padding on their backboards to be 
sure the proper thickness is being used. Inexpensive padding kits are 
available through sporting goods dealers to assist in conforming to this 
rule. One other note, the newly approved shorter backboard is optional, NOT 
required as some salesmen seem to be telling member schools. 

ADDITIONAL PADDING REQUIRED FOR POLE VAULT LANDING PADS 

Track schools which sponsor the pole vault will be interested to note that 
beginning in 1987, all pole vault landing pads will require front pads, 
extending from the main landing pad and surrounding the pole vault planting 
box. Rule 7-4-5 of the Track and Field Rules states that the front pad 
must: 1) Be a minimum of four feet deep, extending from the main landing pad 
towards the front edge of the planting box; 2) Have a maximum cut-out for 
the planting box of 36 inches, measured across the bottom of the cut-out; 3) 
Have the back of the cut-out placed no farther than 14 inches from the 
vertical plane of the top of the stopboard (end of planting box); 4) Be 
attached to the main landing pad or encased in a common cover with the main 
landing pad. Diagrams of the change are available from the Association 
office, and will probably be printed in next year's track rules manuals. 

PADDING REQUIREMENT - VOLLEYBALL STANDARD 

The National Federation Volleyball Rules (3-1-3) specifies that beginning 
with the 1986-87 season, it will be mandatory for the standards to be padded 
to a minimum height of 5'6" with at least 1 inch thick, soft, flexible 
material (such as polyethlene foam) to incase the uprights and all 
tensioning devices. The rules also specifies that the front and sides of 
the referees platform shall be protected in the same manner. Guy cables or 
rigid braces shall be padded to a minimum of 5;6: in height with at least 
1/2" of thick, soft, flexible material. Athletic Directors should be 
certain their standards meet these specifications. Ready made padding 
meeting these specifications are available from various manufacturers. 



OPEN DATES FOR FOOTBALL SCHOOLS 

The following are the open dates according to the schedules submitted 
to the K.H.S.A.A. as of August 7, 1986. If any of these dates are 
filled, please notify the office by phone or in writing. Also listed 
is the the head coach, if known. Basketball open dates will be listed 
beginning in September if there is enough interest. 

Week 1 (August 29) - Carroll County (Doug Barry); Eminence (Steve 
Frommeyer) ; Kentucky School f/t Deaf (Paul Smiley); Reidland (Steve 
Traynham) ; South Hopkins (Jay Cobb) 

Week 2 (September 5) - Caverna (Johnny Belcher); George Rogers Clark 
(Don Danko); Laurel County (Glenn Polly); Madison Central (Mike 
Elkin); Madisonville - North Hopkins (Bob Louden); Paintsville 
(Walter J. Brugh); Phelps (B. O'Brian/R. Adams); Whitley County (Ed 
Travney) 

Week 3 (September 12) - Bellevue (Dan Hill); Calloway County (Jack 
Haskins); Estill County (); M.C. Napier (Bill Dixon); Meade County 
(John Proctor); Millersburg Military Institute (Ben Pumphrey) 

Week 4 (September 19) - Ballard Memorial (Wade Buchanan); Betsy Layne 
(Jack Hall); East Carter (Mike Jupin); Owensboro Catholic (Jim 
Wilson); Virgie (John Vinson) 

Week 5 (September 26) - Allen Central (Don Daniels, Jr.); Clay County 
(Eugene Hensley); Estill County (); Newport Central Catholic (Bob 
Schneider); Paducah Tilghman (Allan Cox); Scott County (Clyde 
McConnaughhy) ; South Hopkins (Jay Cobb); Todd County Central (Larry 
Gilbert) 

Week 6 (October 3) - Cumberland (Ronnie Cain); Fort Campbell (Marshall 
Patterson); George Rogers Clark (Don Danko); Hazard (Don Smith); 
Hopkinsville (Craig Clayton); Madison (Velmar Miller) ; Wheelwright 
(Roger Johnson) 

Week 7 (October 10) - Elkhorn City (Randall Akers); Fleming-Neon (); 
Millersburg Military Institute (Ben Pumphrey) 

Week 8 (October 17) - Allen Central (Don Daniels, Jr.); Frankfort 
(Raymond Webb); Franklin County (Gary Dearborn); Harrison County 
(Ray Graham); Marshall County (Doc Sanders); Mayfield (Jack 
Morris); Phelps (B. O'Brian/R. Adams); Prestonsburg (Charles 
Williams) 

Week 9 (October 24) - Belfry (Phillip Heywood); Clay County (Eugene 
Hensley); Edmonson County (Edd Rich); Henderson County (Mojo 
Hollowell); Owen County (David Downey); Shelby County (Tom 
Becherer) ; Somerset (John Cain); Western Hills (Ron Wigglesworth) 

Week 10 - (October 31) - Allen Central (Don Daniels, Jr.); Apollo 
(Chip Carpenter); Barren County (Jerry Eubank); Danville (Tom 
Duffy); Knox Central (Charles Darling); Lawrence County (Eddie 
Michael); Rowan County (Charles Coleman); Sheldon Clark (Jim 
Matney) 



OPEN FOOTBALL DATES (continued) 



Week 11 
not in 
County 
Berea 
County 
(Joe D 
Hensley 
County 
(Ronnie 
Cook) ; 
County 
Reese) ; 
McConna 
Stinson 



(November 7) (this 
a sub-district 
(Gary Ramey) ; Be 
(Harold Borders); 
(Mike Hoi comb); 
ickerson); Cave 
); Dayton (Dean 
(Steve Sullivan) 
Halcomb); Lesl 
McCreary Central 
(Harold Chambers 
Raceland ( 
ughhy); Trigg 



list contain 

and are not 

echwood (Bern 

Bourbon 
Caldwell Cou 
rna (Johnny 
Cvitkovic) ; 
; Johnson C 
ie County (Fl 
(); Mercer 
; Owensbo 
Bill Tom 
County (Dixi 



s schools listed a 
classified as Clas 
ie Barre) ; Bellev 
County (John Nocht 
nty (Pat Gates) ; 

Belcher); Clay 
Fairview (Rex Cook 
entral (); Knott 
oyd Hines) ; Mason 
County (Larry Fren 
ro (Larry Moore) ; 
Ross); Scott 
e Jones); Webste 



s open who are 
s AAAA) - Bath 
ue (Dan Hill); 
a); Breathitt 
Campbellsville 
County (Eugene 
sey) ; Garrard 
County Central 
County (Lewis 
ch); Metcalfe 
Paris (Randy 
County (Clyde 
r County (Rick 



IMPORTANT NOTICE TO ALL KHSAA OFFICIALS 

Effective this year, officials were required to re-register between 
May 1 and June 30. The K.H.S.A.A. would like to thank the over 2000 
officials who cooperated in meeting the deadlines and submitting 
material. You should be receiving your handbook and officials license 
in mid August, if you have not already done so. Officials who 
registered on time are being mailed their rules books in all sports by 
the National Federation office in Kansas City. At this point, all rule 
books for fall sports have been mailed. If there is some problem that 
you have not received your books, please alert the office. 

A.C.T. Test Dates for 1986-87 

With the implementation of NCAA Proposition 48, it is important to 
keep up with the test dates for the American College Testing Assessment 
(ACT test). For 1986-87 the schedule is as follows: 



Test Date 

10/25/86 

12/13/86 

02/07/87 

04/11/87 

06/13/87 



Regular Postmark Deadline 

09/26/86 

11/14/86 

01/09/87 

03/13/87 

05/15/87 



Late Deadl ine 

10/14/86 

12/02/86 

01/27/87 

03/31/87 

06/02/87 



IMPORTANT DATES FOR 1986-87 



The following are the starting dates for the K.H.S.A.A. sponsored 
fall sports, along with the first day of practice. 



Sport 



Soccer 

Cross Country 

Volleyball 

Football 



First 
Practice 



July 20 
July 15 
July 15 
July 30 



First 

Contest 

Allowed 

Sept. 1 
Sept. 1 
Sept. 1 
Aug. 29 



Num. State 
Games Finals 
(Tentative) 



6-20 
4-15 
20 
11 



Nov. 1 

Nov. 1 

Nov. 1 

Nov. 28-29 



CLINIC SCHEDULE FOR 1986-87 RULES CLINICS 



This is the 
school year. 



list of K.H.S.A.A. sponsored rules clinic dates for 1986-87 



BASKETBALL CLINICS 

October 2 Henry County High School 

October 6 Somerset High School 

October 7 Bell County High School 

October 8 Hazard High School 

October 9 Prestonsburg High School 

October 13 Rowan County High School 

October 14 Ashland Community College 

October 15 Mason County High School 

October 16 Holmes High School 

October 20 Apollo High School 

October 21 Paducah Tilghman High School 

October 22 Murray High School 

October 23 Hopkinsville High School 

October 27 Bowling Green High School 

October 28 El izabethtown High School 

October 29 Durrett Education Center 

October 30 Henry Clay High School 

FOOTBALL CLINICS 

August 4 Knox Central High School 

August 5 Hazard High School 

August 6 Pi kevi lie High School 

August 7 Kentucky Power Company 

August 11 El izabethtown High School 

August 12 Henderson County High School 

August 13 Mayfield High School 

August 14 Hopkinsville High School 

August 18 Bowling Green High School 

August 19 Durrett Education Center 

August 20 Newport High School 

August 21 Henry Clay High School 

SOCCER 

August 25 Durrett Education Center 

August 26 Holmes High School 

August 27 K.H.S.A.A. Office 

August 29 Owensboro High School 

VOLLEYBALL CLINICS 

August 19 Iroquois High School 

August 21 Dixie Heights High School 

August 26 Sportsworld 

WRESTLING CLINICS 

November 1 Hopkinsville High School 

November 8 Conner High School 
November 15 Frankfort High School 
November 18 Seneca High School 



7:00 


P.M 


New Castle 


7:00 


P.M 


Somerset 


7:00 


P.M 


Pi nevi lie 


7:00 


P.M 


Hazard 


7:00 


P.M 


Prestonsburg 


7:00 


P.M 


Morehead 


7:00 


P.M 


Ashland 


7:00 


P.M 


Maysville 


7:00 


P.M 


Covington 


7:00 


P.M 


Owensboro 


7:00 


P.M 


Paducah 


7:00 


P.M 


Murray 


7:00 


P.M 


Hopkinsville 


7:00 


P.M 


Bowl ing Green 


7:00 


P.M 


El izabethtown 


7:00 


P.M 


Louisville 


7:00 


P.M 


Lexington 


7:30 


P.M 


Barbourville 


7:30 


P.M 


Hazard 


7:30 


P.M 


Pikeville 


7:30 


P.M 


Ashland 


7:30 


P.M 


El izabethtown 


7:30 


P.M 


Henderson 


7:30 


P.M 


Mayfield 


7:30 


P.M 


Hopkinsville 


7:30 


P.M 


Bowling Green 


7:30 


P.M 


Louisville 


7:30 


P.M 


Newport 


7:30 


P.M 


Lexington 


7:00 


P.M 


Louisville 


7:00 


P.M 


Covington 


7:00 


P.M 


Lexington 


7:00 


P.M 


Owensboro 


7:30 


P.M 


Louisville 


7:30 


P.M 


Fort Mitchell 


6:00 


P.M 


Lexington 


1:00 


P.M 


Hopkinsville 


1:00 


P.M 


Hebron 


1:00 


P.M 


Frankfort 


7:00 


P.M 


Louisville 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR AUGUST, 1986 



PAGE SEVEN 



1985-86 KHSAA STATE SOFTBALL TOURNAMENT 

Louisville, Kentucky 

May 29-31, 1986 




HOLY ROSARY ACADEMY SOFTBALL TEAM 

Front Row (L to R): Leslie Hulse, Kristi Hitchcock, Cindi Green, Stephenie Leezer, Ange Pendleton, Brenda Jarbo, Shelley 
Schuetter, Marie Henning. Second Row: Tammy Maslerson, Amie Wright, Stef Waller, Amie McCue, Karen Meyer, Missy 
Druen, Coach Larry Lenhart. 

Holy Rosary 2 



Holy Rosary 



Newport Central Catholic 4 



Hancock Co. 



Newport Central 
Catholic 



Holy Rosary 



Warren Central 1 



Laurel Co. 3 



Sacred Heart 7 



Christian County 9 



Christian Co. 20 



Christian Co. 8 



Christian County 2 



Holy Rosary 



Tournament Officials 

Jim Ash 

Morris Durbin 

Pete Hayes 

Jim Tharp 

Louisivlle, Kentucky Association 

John Smart 

Linda Howard 

Marty Matusiak 

Tom Myers 

Fort Knox, Kentucky Association 

Steve Cunningham 

Steve Crittenden 

Mike Hall 

Dennis Soard 

Northern Kentucky Association 



PAGE EIGHT 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR AUGUST, 1986 



Twenty-Seventh Annual Kentucky High School 
Girls Doubles Tennis Tournament 



Dawn Brohman - Sarah Rowan 
SACRED HEART 


J 

Sacred Heart 


une 5 - 7, 1986 

Sacred Heart 


SEEDED PLAYERS 

Trisha Mahon - Sue Ann Bird - Henderson Co 
Dawn Brohman - Sarah Rowan - Sacred Heart 
Helene Jacobsson - Stephanie Kirtley - Bowtin 
Angel Long - Shannon Roberts - Tates Creek 








BYE 


Male 






g Green 


MALE 


6-2, 6-0 

Henderson Co. 
7-5, 6-4 








BYE 


Henderson Co. 




Shannon Ball - Shelly Ball 
HENDERSON CO. 


Sacred Heart 






6-3, 6-3 
Tates Creek 


Sacred Heart 








Sarah Albey - Dee Clark 
DOSS 


6-2, 6-3 

Pulaski Co. 
1-6. 6-4, 6-1 


—■ ■ 


Dina Disney - Anne Meador 
MEADE CO. 




Tates Creek 








PULASKI CO. 


Bowling Green 




Helene Jacobsson - Stephanie Kirtley 
BOWLING GREEN 




6-2, 5-7, 6-3 




Eriko Nakagana - Mirako Nakagawa 
DANVILLE 




6-1, 6-1 

Tales Creek 
6-3, 6-4 








SCOTT CO 


7-6, 1-6, 6-4 

Paducah Tilghman 
7-6, 7-5 








TATES CREEK 


Paducah Tilghman 




Amy Gregory - Kelli McKnight 
PADUCAH TILGHMAN 




6-1, 6-1 












Amy Ditty - Shannon Anderson 
RUSSELL 


7-6. 6-3 

Notre Dame 
6-1, 6-4 




Heather Hughes - Katherine Oakley 
MURRAY 




Bowling Green 






Trisha Mahon/Sue Ann 
6-2, 6-3 
HENDERSON CO. 


NOTRE DAME 


Highlands 




Jeanna Cornell - Ramona Ditto 
MEADE CO. 








Amy Browning - Susan Frommyer 
HIGHLANDS 


6-1, 6-2 

Bowling Green 
6-2, 6-0 




Susan Murray - Jenny Turner 
BOWLING GREEN 




6-1, 6-2 

Tates Creek 
6-0, 6-3 








NOTRE DAME 






Robin Williams - Allison Carr 
MURRAY 


Tates Creek 






6-2, 6-0 
Henderson Co. 


Henderson Co. 




Jennifer Mallory - Elizabeth Johnson 
SCOTT CO. 




6-0, 6-1 

Tates Creek 
6-1,6-0 




Lori Wood - Dawn Menshouse 
RUSSELL 




Male 








TATES CREEK 


Male 








Mamie Gregory - Malissa Lenn 
DANVILLE 


4-6. 6-3. 6-3 








MALE 


6-7, 6-3, 6-1 








BYE 


6-4, 6-2 

Henderson Co. 

6-1, 6-1 








DOSS 


Sacred Heart 








BYE 


6-1, 6-0 












SACRED HEART 


Henderson Co. 








BYE 










HENDERSON CO. 







THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR AUGUST, 1986 



PAGE NINE 



Amy Hall - Henderson Co. 



Twenty-Seventh Annual Kentucky High School 

Girls Singles Tennis Tournament 

Seaton Center, University of Kentucky 

June 5-7, 1986 

Draud 



H 



Mary Ann Sardo 



Julie Abell - Sacred Heart 



Lisa Hayden - St. Camillu 



Marcie Felton - Russell 



Lynn Hayes - Meade Co. 



Sara Crutchtield - Collegiate 



i Whelan - Notre Darr 



Janie Borcherding - Beechwood 



Julie Varga - Assumptk 



Kris Thompson - Boyd Co. 



Evelyn Pepper - Bowling Gn 



Cathy Stevens - Tates Creek 



Michelle Necleri 



Susan Duane - Male 



Shannon Wilson - Meade Co 



Susan Franklin - Bowling Gn 



Wendy Gunter - Bullitl Cenlr; 



Suzy Kasterschmidt - Present. 



Lora Jody - Corbin 



Wendy Parrish - Tales Creek 



■ Henderon Co 



D 



Jennie Toebben - Notre Dame 



» Piiefer - Owensboro Cath. 



Liz Oakley - Murray 



Elizabeth Huber - Ky. Country Day 



Mindy Sharp - Mason Co. 



Paige Crider - Russell 



Julie Gering - Sacred Heart 



Mary Faith Mount - Danville 



Lucy Gutermuth - Male 



Sue Covington - Scott Co. 



4-6, 6-2, 6-0 



6-0, 6-0 
Varga 



6-2, 6-1 



6-3, 6-1 
Hogancamp 



6-1, 6-0 



6-1, 6-2 
Gunter 



H 



6-3, 6-2 
Toebben 



6-3, 6-0 
Ptiefer 



SEEDED PLAYERS 
Courtney Jones - Henry Clay 
Kim Draud - Dixie Heights 
Wendy Anderson - Henry Clay 
Elizabeth Huber • Kentucky Country Day 

■ Varga - Assumption 

I Gering - Sacred Heart 

> Abell - Sacred Heart 
Stephanie Dixon - Henderson Co. 



Wendy Anderson 

6-1, 6-1 

HENRY CLAY 



PAGE TEN 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR AUGUST, 1986 



Fifty-Third Annual Kentucky High School 
Boys Doubles Tennis Tournament 



Mark McAndrew - Andrew Green 
BOONE CO 


J 

Green - McAndrew 


ieaton Center, Univeristy of Kentucky 
June 5 - 7, 1986 


SEEDED PLAYERS 

Timmer Halligan/John Meade - Trinily 

Mark McAndrew Andrew Green - Boone Co. 

Terry Gomel/Bryan Cassis - SI. Xavier 

Clinton Glasscock/Chris Bohnert - St. Xavier 

Ben Harwood Troy Duncan - Lone Oak 

Brad Rhoads - Shane Coughlin - Madison N. Hop. 








BYE 


Coleman - Jackson 




Derek Coleman - Denny Jackson 
DOSS 


Green - McAndrew 






6-0, 6-2 

Harwood - Duncan 


Green - McAndrew 








ST CAMILUS 


Harwood - Duncan 




Ben Harwood - Troy Duncan 
LONE OAK 




7-6 (7-3), 4-6, 6-4 




David Johnson - Joey Shumate 
BOYD CO. 




6-2, 6-2 




Mace Bentley - Jay West 
HIGHLANDS 




6-1. 6-2 












Steve Lenahan - Steve Page 
SCOTT CO. 


6-1, 6-3 
Gomel - Cassis 




Terry Gomel - Bryan Cassis 
ST. XAVIER 


Cassis - Gornet 






6-3. 4-6. 6-3 
Halligan - Meade 


John Meade/Timme 








SAYRE 


6-0. 6-0 
Priest - Wesl 




Doug Moore - Brad Fox 
NORTH HARDIN 


Cassis - Gomel 






6-1.6-2 
Mather - Neal 


Cassis - Gornet 








BOWLING GREEN 


6-4, 6-7 (5-7|, 6-3 
Mather - Neal 








PAUL BLAZER 


6-1, 6-2 








TRINITY 


6-2. 6-1 

Grutl - Preslon 








ELIZABETHTOWN 


6-2, 7-5 












Davis Sprague - Scott Crafton 
HENDERSON CO. 


7-6 (7-2), 6-4 
Lanktord - Stanley 


H 


Ford Lanktord - Ford Stanley 
SAYRE 


6-4, 7-5 

TRINITY 

(Louisville) 








ELIZABETHTOWN 


6-1, 7-6 (7-2) 
Notlsinger - Saltzman 




John Nottsinger - Chance Saltzn 
BOWLING GREEN 


Nottsinger - Saltzman 






5-7.6-4. 6-4 
Bohnert - Glasscock 


Bohnert - Glasscock 








HIGHLANDS 


5-7. 6-4, 6-4 
Tracy - Dowdy 




Jell Prosser - Todd Rush 
DOSS 




7-6 (7-4), 6-4 








Richard Tracy - Chad Dowdy 
LONE OAK 


6-2, 6-0 

Bohnert - Glasscock 








ST. XAVIER 


6-1, 7-5 












BOYD CO. 


6-0. 6-0 

Harper - Parsons 




Paul Harper - Keith Parsons 
DANVILLE 




6-4, 7-5 












Nathan Patton - John Yuhas 
SCOTT CO. 


4-6, 6-4, 6-3 
Rhoades - Coughlin 




Mike Kemp - Wes Sights 
HENDERSON 


Rhoades - Coughlin 






6-4, 6-1 
Halligan - Meade 


Halligan - Meade 








MADISON N. HOP 


6-3. 6-0 
Messer - Patil 








BYE 


6-3, 6-3 




Robert Messer - Yash Patil 
ST. CAMILUS 




Halligan - Meade 








BYE 


6-0, 6-0 












TRINITY 







THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR AUGUST, 1986 



PAGE ELEVEN 



Bill Meadows - Sayri 



Kerry Tooley - Monroe Co. 



Brian Moore - Bowling Gfi 



Jefl Lewandowski - St. Xavie 



Scott Campbell - Male 



Steve Ruett - Trinity 



Brian Nichols - Dos 



Patrick Hayden - St. Camillus 



Warren Walson - Henderson Co. 



Trevor Allen Boyd Co 



Glen Sellers - Holy Cr( 



Jay Avenido - Elizabethtown 



Mark Anderson - Ballard 



Jay Buten - Highland 



6-1, 6-4 
Dallas 



Bntt Lanham - Christian Co 



Tony Eaton - Elizabethtown 



John Lanktord - Sayr* 



Jeff McLean - St. Xaiv 



Toby Bryan - Boyd Co. 



Sammy Kirlley - Bowling Gn 



Steve Mather - Trinity 



Luke Hosbach - Doss 



Lewandowski 



Neil Patil - St. Camilus 



Mike Polley - Henderson Co. 



Brian Martin - Owensborc 



Fifty-Third Annual Kentucky High School s co tt Draud - Highlands 
Boys Singles Tennis Tournament He Mather ^ ^rT y 

Seaton Center, University of Kentucky Warren Wa,son -Henderson co 

' * * John Lanktord - Sayre 

JUne 5-7, 1986 Mark Anderson - Ballard 

Scott Campbell - Male 
Tay Robinson - Cov. Latin 



7-5, 3-6. 7-6 (10-f 





Music 




Brent Musie - Prestonsburg 


7-5, 6-0 
Robinson 






Robinson 


Jimmy Brooks - Male 


6-1. 7-5 






Tay Robinson - Cov. Latin 


6-0, 7-5 





Steve Mather 



6-3, 7-5 
TRINITY 
(Louisville) 



6-7 (8-10), 7-6 (8-6). 6-' 



Scott Draud - Highlands 



PAGE TWELVE 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR AUGUST 1986 



^ 



1986 State Tennis 
Championships 



BOYS 

Trinity 13 

St. Xavier 11 

Sayre 8 

Cov. Latin 5 

St Camillus 5 

Ballard 4 

Lone Oak 4 

Boone County 3 

Bowling Green 3 

Elizabethtown 3 

Henderson 3 

Highlands 3 

Christian County 2 

Mad. N. Hopkins 2 

Male 2 

Marshall County 2 

Prestonsburg 2 

Danville 1 

Doss 1 

Scott County 1 

Boyd County 

Holy Cross 

Monroe County 

North Hardin 

Owensboro 

Paul Blazer 



"Winner by Tie-Breaker 
"Second Place by Tie-Breaker 



GIRLS 

Henry Clay 10" 

Henderson 10" 

Sacred Heart 10 

Tates Creek 6 

Ky Country Day 5 

Bowling Green 4 

Dixie Heights 4 

Assumption 3 

Male 3 

Meade County 3 

Murray 3 

Beechwood 2 

Bourbon County 2 

Bullitt Central 2 

Danville 2 

Notre Dame 2 

Owensboro Catholic 2 

Paducah Tilghman 2 

Corbin 1 

Highlands 1 

Pulaski County 1 

SW Christian 1 

Boyd County 

L'ville Collegiate 

Doss 

Mason County 

Presentation 

Russell 

Russellville 

St. Camillus 

Scott County 



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CHEMICAL HEALTH 

Continued from Inside Cover 

Time Bomb in the Mouth. Last February, Betty Marsee 
was among 54 witnesses who testified at a Massachusetts 
Public Health Department hearing on whether to label 
snuff a hazardous substance. The Marsees had 
determined to tell Sean's story: "If we didn't speak out, 
nothing was going to get better." 



Scientists testified that the connection between snuff 
and oral cancer, the nation's seventh leading cause of 
cancer death, cannot be questioned. The culprit: highly 
potent cancer-causing compounds called nitrosamines, 
one of which forms in the mouth through the chemical 
interaction of saliva and tobacco. According to Stephen 
Hecht, an organic chemist with the American Health 
Foundation, a dip of snuff delivers roughly the same 
amount of nicotine as a cigarette and ten times the 
nitrosamines. 

There are now 6 million to 10 million consumers of snuff, 
and sales are rising 8 percent annually. "The more I 
dipped, the more I liked it," said Paul Hughes, 18, a six-four 
football co-captain from North Easton Mass. "Makes you 
feel — you know, calms you down. When I tried to stop, I 
couldn't." Alan Lawrence, his co-captain of the football 
team in Taunton, Mass., said, "In our school about three- 
quarters of the kids who play sports do it. As an everyday 
thing." Added Andover dental hygienist Joan Walsh, 
"Many equate it with gum chewing." 

Scientific witnesses for the Smokeless Tobacco Council 
argued that no undisputed scientific evidence exists 
proving its product causes any human disease or is 
clinically addictive. Nitrosamines have produced cancer in 
some laboratory animals, but have not been shown to 
cause cancer in any human being, they pointed out. 

But representatives of the American Cancer Society, 
American Heart Association, American Lung Association, 
American Dental Society, the U.S. Addiction Research 
Center and the Centers for Disease Control joined 
researchers from the National Cancer Institute in 
condemning the practice of dipping. Concluded Assistant 
Surgeon General Robert Mecklenburg, chief dental officer 
of the U.S. Public Health Services: "Why should a chemical 
time bomb be allowed to tick without warning in the 
mouths of children?" 

Health scientist Elbert Glover of East Carolina 
University recently conducted two quit-smokeless- 
tobacco clinics in which only one of 41 participants was 
able to go for more than four hours without the use of 
smokeless tobacco. "This, to me," Glover says, "means 
that smokeless tobacco can be highly addictive." 

Since the Massachusetts hearing, that state now 
requires warning labels on snuff cans, and eight other 
states have similar mandatory warnings under 
consideration. 

Both the World Health Organization and U.S. Surgeon 
General, C. Everett Koop have declared that smokeless 
tobacco does indeed pose a cancer threat, and the Public 
Citizen Health Research Group has petitioned the Federal 
Trade Commission to order warning labels. The FTC, in 
turn, has asked the Surgeon General to conduct a 
comprehensive review of existing scientific evidence on 
helath effects before taking action. Last July, Rep. Henry 
Waxman (D., Calif.), chairman of the House Subcommittee 
on Health and the Environment, held hearing on whether 
to ban all smokeless advertising from television. 

Dr. Gregory Connolly, director of dental health for the 
Massachusetts Department of Public Health, concedes 
that "we don't know how much oral cancer is caused by 
snuff. But we do know that each year we have about 29,000 
new cases of oral cancer and 9,000 deaths in this country. 
Tobacco of one kind or another is believed to account for 
about 70 percent of it. According to the National Cancer 
Institute, if you use snuff regularly you increase your risk 
fourfold." 

Shortly before his death, Sean Marsee told his mother 
that there must be a reason God decided not to save him. "I 
think the reason is what we're doing right now," says Betty 
Marsee. "Keeping other kids from dying — that's Sean's 
legacy." 




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September, 1986 

Volume XLIX No. 2 






Official Publication of 

The Kentucky High School 

Athletic Association 

Member Of National Federation of State High School Associations 



CHEMICAL HEALTH 



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Target's Goals, Missions and Results TargeT 

The National Federation created TARGET in 1985 in response to critical problems of alcohol and drug abuse among 
school-aged youth For instance, alcohol abuse appears to be increasing at an annual rate of two percent in the general 
population. But among young people from 12 to 24 years of age, alcohol abuse is increasing at least twice the rate. Drug 
abuse, too, is an increasingly serious factor in all aspects of the lives of our youth, as each day's news sadly confirms. 

The National Federation and its members believe that this chemical epidemic among students will not recede by itself. The 
battle requires effective education and prevention programs — programs to help students resist the peer pressure that 
engenders chemical abuse, programs that can take chemical abuse out of style in our society. TARGET is designed to fill 
those needs for National Federation members, schools and students. 

Goals of the TARGET Program 

• Widespread understanding among all students of the benefits of healthy living and the consequences of chemical abuse 

(drug and alcohol abuse); 

• Creation of a skilled cadre of student leaders whose behavior will influence their peers to lead healthy, socially respon- 
sible lives 

Missions of the TARGET Program 

• To promote training programs that prevent chemical abuse (drug and alcohol abuse) among school-aged youth; 

• To foster a national organization of high school students committed to promoting healthy behavior among their peers; 

• To offer computerized referrals to information on chemical abuse and on education and prevention, especially as it 
relates to school-aged youth and extracurricular activities, including high school sports; 

• To provide computerized referrals to information on organizations offering treatment, intervention, or specialized 
information on topics related to chemical abuse and prevention among school-aged youth; 

• To offer National Federation members such services as printed and audiovisual materials, guidance to financial support 

for chemical-health programs, and consultation on chemical-health problems and issues. 

TARGET can accomplish these missions because of the strength of the members of the National Federation and the 
strength of its new board of directors. The members' network reaching down to the local level makes TARGET more effective 
at delivering services to students than any other organization. The board's commitment to the growth of TARGET will make 
the program reach youth more quickly and effectively. 

A solid foundation for the future of TARGET has been laid in the past year. Programs already are being implemented, 
trainers being trained, and anti-abuse workshops conducted. Literature and other materials are in development 

Results of the TARGET Program 

• More than 13,136 persons have participated in various TARGET workshops. Those attending workshops were superin- 
tendents, principals, assistant principals, athletic directors, coaches, parents and student leaders. 

• Corporate involvement has begun, even before the formation of the TARGET board Eastman Kodak Company con- 
tributed S250.000 for the early stages of the development of TARGET. Joan Kroc has contributed seed money to develop 
TARGET programs. Hazelden-Cork provides an annual subsidy and consultation to the National Federation TARGET 
program 

• TARGET'S Operation Prom/Graduation booklet was distributed in March 1986. This student planning guide promoted 
alcohol and drug-free alternatives for two popular annual activities, proms and graduation parties. About 30,000 copies 
of this booklet were sent to nearly all high schools and others throughout the United States. 

• Audio and video versions of a public-service announcement featuring baseball player George Brett will be aired by 
affiliates of the 5,000-member National Association of Broadcasters. 

• National Federation members have responded admirably to the anti-abuse cause. Many state associations have 
developed active — and potentially very effective — programs. The Minnesota State High School League was a pioneer 
of state associations in Chemical Health Education and was instrumental in urging the National Federation of State 
High School Associations and its member associations to become involved. In Massachusetts, "Chemical Health Day" 
was established; a statewide chemical health league coordinator was named; andliaisonswith similar associations were 
solidified. In Wisconsin, the state athletic/activities association is working with a television station to develop an 
alcohol/drug education film. Michigan and South Dakota have begun training programs, with five trainers in each state 
already skilled in teaching others about chemical health. And in Washington, posters and TV and radio public-service 
announcements were developed and distributed to heighten awareness of the efforts against drug and alcohol abuse. 

• National publicity momentum has begun for the TARGET program. TARGET has generated coverage by such publi- 
cations as USA Today, Kansas City (Mo), Times, Denver (Colo.) Post, Tulsa (Okla.) Tribune, Milwaukee (Wis.) Journal, 
Louisville (Ky.) Courier-Journal, and many other media across the country. 

Now, with the assistance of the new TARGET board of directors, the program will blossom even more quickly. The 
priorities for the board are accelerated anti-abuse training across the nation and further development of a computerized 
chemical health resource center, a reference bank of information on chemical abuse and prevention. 

The computer system at the TARGET chemical health resource center will be the nation's best link to up-to-date 
information about the life-styles of school-aged youth, especially as it relates to extracurricular activities and high school 
sports. The resource center computer system can put schools everywhere in touch with ideas and programs that work in 
other places. 

The other priority, developing student health-promotion programs in high schools throughout America, will equip 
students to resist peer pressure to use or abuse harmful chemicals. The training then will help students turn peer pressure 
around to the positive to take abuse "out of style." 

Continued on Page 12 



The Kentucky High School Athlete 

Official Publication of the 
Kentucky High School Athletic Association 



VOL. XLIX NO. 2 



SEPTEMBER, 1986 



$5.00 PER YEAR 



KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 
REPORT OF EXAMINATIONS OF FINANCIAL STATEMENTS 

for the years ended June 30, 1986 and 1985 



BALANCE SHEETS 

ASSETS 1986 1985 

Current assets: 

Cash S3, 046 $13,991 

Certificates of deposit and 

savings accounts 499,462 620,313 

Interest receivable -0- 2,183 

Prepaid insurance 6,443 5,857 

TOTAL CURRENT ASSETS $503,951 $642,344 

Fixed assets (Note 1) 

Land 27,000 27,000 

Building 209,289 209,289 

Equipment 143,091 123,323 

TOTAL FIXED ASSETS $379,380 $359,612 

$888,331 $1,001,956 

LIABILITY AND FUND EQUITY 

Current assets: 
Accounts payable $1,440 $4,303 

Fund equity: 

Reserve for fixed assets (Note 1) . . 379,380 359,612 

Fund balance 507,511 638,041 

TOTAL FUND EQUITY $886,891 $997,653 

$888,331 $1,001,956 



STATEMENT OF REVENUES, EXPENDITURES 
AND CHANGES IN FUND BALANCE 

REVENUES 1986 1985 

Boys' State Basketball Tournament $604,234 $607,950 

Girls' State Basketball Tournament 105,291 113,466 

Football playoffs 49,282 50,997 

Officials' dues 73,145 55,072 

Other tournaments 41,214 29,960 

Mid America Classic 41,055 -0- 

Interest earned 38,020 59,813 

Member fees and 

tournament programs 42,999 47,497 

Advertising and publications 5,342 4,421 

TOTAL REVENUES $1,000,582 $969,176 



EXPENDITURES 

General and administrative 

Boys' State Basketball Tournament 
Girls' State Basketball Tournament 

Track 

Mid America Classic 

Football playoffs 

Tennis 

Cross Country 

Golf 

Baseball 

Swimming 

Softball 

Wrestling 

Volleyball 

Soccer 

TOTAL EXPENDITURES 

Excess Expenditures over 
Revenues 

Fund balance, beginning of year .... 
Fund balance, end of year 

RETIREMENT TRUST FUND 

ASSETS 1986 

Current assets: 

Cash $4,462 

Certificates of deposit and 

savings accounts 115,000 
Accrued interest receivable 450 

FUND BALANCE $119,912 



650,378 


620,527 


212.279 


197,724 


83,480 


87.445 


40.808 


43.377 


39.852 


-0- 


32,539 


27,184 


12,189 


12,667 


10,027 


9,998 


8,938 


8,883 


9,762 


8,432 


7,274 


8,014 


7,886 


7,573 


6,758 


3,960 


3,838 


3,887 


5,104 


2,102 


$1,131,112 


$1,041,773 


(130,530) 


(72,597) 


638,041 


710,638 


$507,511 


$638,041 



105.000 
450 



113,594 



RETIREMENT TRUST FUND 

STATEMENT OF REVENUES, EXPENDITURES 

AND CHANGES IN FUND BALANCE 

REVENUES 1986 1985 

Interest $9,571 $11,149 

EXPENDITURES 
Retirement payments 3,253 3,190 

Excess Revenues over 
Expenditures 6,318 7,959 

Fund balance, beginning of year . . . 113,594 105,635 

Fund balance, end of year $119,912 $113,594 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR SEPTEMBER, 1986 



SEPTEMBER, 1986 VOL. XLIX, NO. 2 

Published monthly, except June and July, by the Kentucky 
High School Athletic Association, Office of Publication, 
560 E Cooper Dr., P.O. Box 22280, Lexington, KY 40522. 

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Please send notice of undelivered copies on form 3579 to: 
K.H.S.A A., P.O. Box 22280, Lexington. Kentucky 40522. 

Editor TOM MILLS 

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Assistant Editor LOUIS STOUT 

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SWIMMING COMMITTEE 
MINUTES 



The Swimming Committee met on Thursday, August 28, 
at the K.H.S.A. A. Office in Lexington Assistant 
Commissioner Brigid L. DeVries called the meeting to 
order at 1:30 p.m. Committee members present included 
Tim Cahill, Joel Cyganiwicz, Steve Busch, Tom Ross and 
Jack Thompson 

The first item on the agenda was the selection of the 
regional sites. The managers and sites are as follows: 
Central Kentucky Region - Tim Cahill. Model High School, 
Richmond: Jefferson County Region - Jack Thompson, 
Crescent Hill, Louisville; Western Kentucky Region - Tom 
Ross, Bowling Green; Northern Kentucky Region - Dave 
Webb, Scott High School, Covington The committee 
discussed the regional information sheets and made some 
minor changes. The Regional entry date is February 2, 
1987. It was suggested that the admission price to all 
Regional Meets be left up to the Regional Managers. 

The next item for discussion was the 1986-87 State Swim 
Meet site. The 1986-87 meet will be held at Eastern 
Kentucky University in Richmond on February 27 & 28, 
1987. The time schedule will be similar to the 1986 meet. All 
diving will be scheduled on Friday, February 27, with the 
swimming preliminaries and finals on Saturday, February 
28. 

The admission price was discussed and will be raised in 
order to try to meet the cost of the meet. It was announced 
that there would be concession stands open during all 



sessions. Open warm-ups will be 4:00-5:30 p.m. and 7:30- 
9:00 p.m. during the warm-up for boys' and girls' diving on 
Friday evening. It was also discussed that ascratch box be 
available at the time and place that the team packets are 
picked up. It was decided that onceagain one diving |udge 
will be selected from each region and three judges 
selected at large. 

The committee then discussed the National Federation 
Rule Changes for the 1986-87 school year. There was a 
short discussion on the Swimming Section of the 
K.H.S.A. A. Constitution and By-Laws. No changes were 
made. 

Miscellaneous items included a brief discussion given 
by Tim Cahill on the Bluegrass State Games. Also a 
committee was formed to study the possibility of honoring 
the outstanding boys and girls coach of the year 

There being no further business, the meeting was 
adjourned. 



9 



VOLLEYBALL COMMITTEE 
MINUTES 



The Volleyball Committee met at the Kentucky High 
School Athletic Association Office in Lexington, 
Kentucky, on Tuesday, August 12, 1986. The meeting was 
called to order at 10:00 A.M. by Brigid L. DeVries, Assistant 
Commissioner. Committee members present included 
John Bancroft, Mike McDaniel, Margi McKenna, Sally 
Meng, Joan Mitchell and John Smith. 

The first item on the agenda was a discussion of regional 
tournament and sites. Ms. DeVries advised the Committee 
of the changes in the teams in each region. The same 
regional sites as last year were suggested. The Committee 
discussed the items on the Regional Information Sheet 
and made some minor corrections for the coming year. 
The double elimination format for regional play worked 
well this past year and will be in effect this coming year. 

A discussion followed regarding the site for the 1986 
State Volleyball Tournament to be held October 31 and 
November 1. Written requests to host the tournament were 
received from Fairdale High School and Southern High 
School in Louisville, Kentucky. John Bancroft 
recommended that the 1986 State Volleyball Tournament 
be held at Fairdale High School. The recommendation 
carried unanimously. 

The Clinic dates for 1986 are as follows: 
August 19 - Iroquois High School, Louisville - 

7:30 P.M. 
August 21 - Dixie Heights High School, Fort Mitchell - 

7:30 P.M. 
August 26 - Sportsworld, Lexington - 7:00 P.M. 

The Committee suggested that a change in the State 
Tournament format be recommended to the Board of 
Control. The recommendation is to bring the winner and 
runner-up team from each region and play a single 
elimination tournament in the State Tournament. If 
approved by the Board of Control, the change would not 
go into effect until the 1987-88 school year. This item will 
be discussed at the October Board of Control meeting. 

Continued on Page 11 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR SEPTEMBER, 1986 



PAGE THREE 



1986 CROSS COUNTRY REGIONS 

The regional sites, managers and teams are assigned to each class and are listed below. Each school listed 
will receive from the regional manager an information sheet and entry form to the meet. 



REGION I 

Manager: Willie Simpson, Providence High School, Cedar 

Street, Providence, Kentucky 42450 (502-667-7065) 

Boys Class A: Central City, Crittenden Co., Fort Campbell, 

Fulton, Fulton Co., Graham, Hughes-Kirk, Lyon Co, 

Muhlenberg Central, Providence, Reidland, South 

Hopkins, St. Mary T Trigg Co., West Hopkins 

Girls Class A: Central City, Crittenden Co., Fort Campbell, 

Fulton, Graham, Hughes-Kirk, Lyon Co., Muhlenberg 

Central, Providence, South Hopkins, Trigg Co., West 

Hopkins. Ballard Memorial 

Manager: Tony Rowe, Daviess County High School, 4255 

New Hartford Road, Owensboro, Kentucky 42301 (502- 

684-5285) 

Boys Class AA: Bowling Green, Breckinridge County, 

Calloway County, Grayson County, Owensboro Catholic, 

Union County, Webster County, Franklin-Simpson 

Girls Class AA: Bowling Green, Breckinridge County, 

Calloway County, Grayson County, Owensboro Catholic, 

Union County, Webster County. Franklin-Simpson 

Boys Class AAA: Apollo. Christian County, Daviess 

County, Henderson County, Hopkinsville. Madisonville-N. 

Hopkins, Marshall County, North Hardin. Owensboro, 

Warren Central, Graves County 

Girls Class AAA: Apollo, Christian County, Daviess 

County, Henderson County, Hopkinsville, Madisonville-N 

Hopkins, Marshall County, North Hardin, Owensboro, 

Warren Central, Graves County 

REGION II 

Manager: Bobby Williams, West Hardin High School, 

Stephensburg, Kentucky 42781 (502-862-3924) 

Boys Class A: Bardstown, Bethlehem, Caverna, Christian 

Academy, Edmonson County, Fort Knox, Glasgow, Green 

County. Hancock County, Hart County, Kentucky Country 

Day, Monroe County, St. Francis, Trinity (Whitesville), 

West Hardin, Trimble County 

Girls Class A: Bardstown, Bethlehem, Caverna, Edmonson 

County, Fort Knox, Glasgow, Hancock County, Hart 

County, Kentucky Country Day. Monroe County, St. 

Francis, Trimble County, Trinity (Whitesville), West 

Hardin, South West Christian 

Boys Class AA: Barren County, East Hardin, 

Elizabethtown, LaRue County, Meade County, North 

Bullitt, Washington County 

Girls Class AA: Barren County, East Hardin, 

Elizabethtown, LaRue County, Meade County, North 

Bullitt, Washington County 

Manager: Bro. Borgia. St. Xavier High School, 1609 Poplar 

Level Rd., Louisville, Ky. 40217 (502-637-4712) 

Boys Class AAA: Atherton, Butler, Central, duPont 

Manual, Iroquois, Male, Shawnee, St. Xavier, Shelby Co. 

Girls Class AAA: Atherton, Butler, Central, duPont 

Manual, Iroquois, Male, Presentation Academy, Sacred 

Heart Academy, Shawnee, Shelby Co. 

REGION III 

Boys Class A: Bellevue, Bishop Brossart, Covington Latin, 
Dayton, Ludlow, Newport Central Catholic, Silver Grove, 
St. Henry, Walton-Verona, Holy Cross 
Girls Class A: Bellevue, Bishop Brossart, Dayton, Ludlow, 
Newport'Central Catholic, Silver Grove, St. Henry, Walton- 
Verona, Holy Cross 

Boys Class AA: Conner, Covington Catholic, Dixie 
Heights, Highlands, Lloyd Memorial, Pendleton Co., Scott, 
Simon-Kenton 

Girls Class AA: Conner, Dixie Heights, Highlands, Lloyd 
Memorial, Pendleton Co., Scott, Simon-Kenton 



Manager: Rich Rostel. Trinity High School, 4011 
Shelbyville Rd., Louisville, Ky. 40207 (502-895-9427) 
Boys Class AAA: Ballard, Eastern. Fern Creek, 
Jeffersontown, Moore, Oldham Co., Seneca. Trinity 
(Louisville), Waggener 

Girls Class AAA: Assumption, Ballard, Eastern. Fern 
Creek, Moore, Oldham Co.. Seneca 

REGION IV 

Manager: Frank Miklavcic, Frankfort High School, 328 

Shelby St., Frankfort. Ky 40601 (502-223-8030) 

Boys Class A: Anderson Co., Augusta. Carroll Co.. 

Frankfort, Gallatin Co., Grant Co., Lexington Catholic, 

Maysville, Owen Co , Spencer Co., Williamstown, Living 

Waters 

Girls Class A: Anderson Co., Augusta, Carroll Co., 

Frankfort, Gallatin Co., Grant Co.. Lexington Catholic. 

Owen County, Spencer Co., Williamstown. Living Waters 

Boys Class AA: Bourbon Co., Fleming Co.. Franklin Co., 

Harrison Co , Jessamine Co., Mason Co., Montgomery 

Co., Scott Co., Western Hills, Woodford Co 

Girls Class AA: Bourbon Co.. Franklin Co., Harrison Co., 

Jessamine Co., Montgomery Co., Scott Co., Western Hills, 

Woodford Co 

Manager: Russ Kline, Pleasure Ridge Park High School, 

5901 Greenwood Road, Louisville, Ky. 40258 (502-454- 

8311) 

Boys Class AAA: Bullitt Central, DeSales, Doss. Fairdale, 

Holy Cross, Pleasure Ridge Park, Southern, Valley, 

Western 

Girls Class AAA: Doss, Fairdale, Holy Cross, Holy Rosary, 

Mercy Academy, Pleasure Ridge Park, Southern, Valley, 

Western 

REGION V: 

Manager: Gordon Bocock, Pulaski Co , High School, 311 

East University Drive, Somerset, Ky. 42501 (606-679-1574) 

Boys Class A: Central Ky. Christian, Berea, Burgin, 

Garrard Co., Harlan, Harrodsburg, Kentucky School F/T 

Deaf, Mercer Co . Model, Monticello, Somerset, Wayne 

Co., Williamsburg, Evarts 

Girls Class A: Central Ky. Christian, Berea, Burgin, 

Garrard Co., Harlan, Harrodsburg, Kentucky School F/T 

Deaf, Mercer Co., Model, Monticello, Somerset, Wayne 

Co., Williamsburg 

Boys Class AA: Adair Co., Bell Co., Boyle Co., Clay Co., 

Danville, Knox Central, McCreary Central, Marion Co., 

Middlesboro, Taylor Co., Whitley Co. 

Girls Class AA: Adair Co., Bell Co., Boyle Co., Clay Co., 

Danville, Knox Central, McCreary Central, Marion Co., 

Middlesboro, Taylor Co., Whitley Co. 

Boys Class AAA: Bryan Station, Henry Clay, Lafayette, 

Laurel Co., Madison Central, Nelson Co., Pulaski Co., 

Tates Creek 

Girls Class AAA: Bryan Station, Henry Clay, Lafayette, 

Laurel Co., Madison Central, Nelson Co., Pulaski Co., 

Tates Creek 

REGION VI 

Manager: Alice Meade, Coach. Russell High School, Red 

Devil Lane, Russell, Ky. 41169 (606-836-9658) 

Boys Class A: Allen Central, Bath Co., Buckhorn, Cordia, 

Dilce Combs, Elliott Co., Hazard, Jackson, Jenkins, Lee 

County, Lewis Co., Menifee Co., Oneida Baptist, 

Paintsville, Phelps, Raceland, Riverside Christian, Holy 

Family, Fleming-Neon, Letcher 

Continued from Page 11 



PAGE FOUR 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR SEPTEMBER, 1986 



BELLEVUE - CLASS A GIRLS 

Kentucky High School Track Meet 
Lexington, Kentucky-May 31, 1986 




Front Row (L to R): Kelly Roa, Laurie Docter, Michelle Stanfield, Fretta Strevtker. Second Row: Barbie Case, Jenny Swope, 
Tracy Hahn, Susan Browning. Third Row: Coach Pep Stidham, Candy Brewer, Jannice Wells. 



300m Hurdles 

•44 Alicia Bass. Fern Cr< 



1982 



1 Marsh, Heather (8). One.da 45 5 

2 Hairslon. Aiisha (11). Jenkins 47 1 

3 Case. Barbie (11). Bellevue 48 22 

4 Docter. Laurie (12) Bellevue 49 54 

5 Ray. Michelle (10): Ballard Memorial 50 02 

6 Johnson, Leslie (12). Bardstown 5158 



1983 

1 Woeste, Theresa (11), Bishop Brossan 1566 

2 Hairston. Aiisha (11). Jenkins 15 74 

3 Docter. Laurie (12). Bellevue 15 76 

4 Ray. Michelle (10), Ballard Memorial 15 91 

5 Bussell. Crystal (10). Nicholas County 15 92 

6 Turner. Annissa (10) Berea 16 32 

100m Dash 

•117 Rhonda McManus. Central, 1971 
Stephanie Hightower. Central 1976 

1 Beach, Jackie (12)' Franfort 12 56 

2 Marsh. Heather (8), Oneida 12 59 

3 Pritchard, Maria (12). Ballard Memorial 1279 

4 Dillingham. Virgie (8): Madison 13 00 

5 Kirkland, Meredith (9). Harlan 13 21 

6 Docter. Laurie (12). Bellevue 13 42 

200m Dash 

•24 57 Soma Warton. Eastern, 1986 



1 Beach, Jackie (12), Frankfort 


25 39 


2 Marsh, Heather (8); Oneida 


26 11 


3 Pritchard, Maria (12). Ballard Memoria 


26 17 


4 Dillingham, Virgie (8). Madison 


26 92 


5 Case, Barbie (11); Bellevue 


26 92 


6 Anderson. Kim (12). Jenkins 


27.17 


400m Dash 




•5550 Adnanne Diamond. Marshall Cou 


ty. 1983 


1 Beach. Jackie (12); Frankfort 


59 15 


2. Pritchard. Maria (12) Ballard Memoria 


59.60 


3 Portland. Jackie (12); St Henry 


60.86 


4 Simms, Danielle (11). Harlan 


62.09 


5 Elliott, Tobeika (12); Russellville 


63.92 


6 Waller, Julie (11): Fairview 


63 98 


800m Run 




•2 16 03 Pam Raglin, Bourbon Co.. 1983 




1 Hall. Marcia (12). Providence 


2:19.96 


2 Sams, Katie (11). Ky Country Day 


2 22 25 


3 Winkf.eld. Serena (9); Frankfort 


2 26 40 


4 Roa, Kelly (11). Bellevue 


2 27 06 


5 Bryant, Melody (10); Memtee County 


2 28 42 


6 Estes, Sheila (11); Caverna 


2:29.89 


1600m Run 




"4:57 37 Donna Combs. Ballard. 1985 




1 Edgar. Stephanie (8). Dayton 


5:20.55 


2 Powell. Lasenna (7); Providence 


5 29 68 



3 Sams. Katie (11). Ky. Country Day 

4 Roa. Kelly (11), Bellevue 

5 Tingler, Dana (9), Raceland 

6 Bowen, Kathy (9), Fairview 

3200m Run 

'1T00 31 Donna Combs, Ballard. 198£ 

1 Edgar. Stephanie (8), Dayton 

2 Bertsch, Janet (10); Bishop Brossar 

3 Tingler, Dana (9). Raceland 

4 Belt, Candy (8). Providence 

5 Kelly, Paula (7); Fairview 

6 Taylor, Kim (12); Providence 

400m Relay 

•483 Paducah Tilghman. 1977 

1 Madison 

2 Bellevue 

3 Harlan 

4 Bishop Brossart 



800m Relay 

•1 41 17 Ballard, 1983 



5 30 52 


High Jump 




5 32 94 


'5'10V Robin Gard. Warren Central 


1982 




1 Tucker. Terrell (9). West hopkms 


5'0" 




2 Schroeder, Deann (10). Bishop Brossart 4'10" 




3 Houston, Deanna (8), Ballard Merr 


oral 4'10" 




4 Gentry. Leslie ( ). Fairview 


4'10" 




5 Hall, Carla ( ). Nicholas County 


4'10" 


1 1 43 32 


6. Gaiser. Colleen (12); Ludlow 


4'8" 


1 1 .50 86 






12:22.54 
12:25.07 


Long Jump 










12:49.77 


1 Marsh. Heather (8). Oneida 






2 Graves Deidre (10); Bardstown 


16'4iV 




3 Bellew, Kellee ( ); Raceland 


15'11VS™ 




4 Woeste, Theresa (11); Bishop Brossart 15'7'A" 




5 Hollingsworth, Michelle (11 }, Har 


an 15'2V 



51.74 
52.45 
5268 
S3 13 
53 50 
53 77 



I 47 47 
1 .49 37 
I 49 93 
I 52 06 



4 SI Henry 

5 Bardstown 152 41 

6 Crittenden County 1:56.06 

1600m Relay 

•3 52 97 Ballard. 1984 

1 Frankfort 4:03 5 

2 Providence 4:08.19 

3 Bishop Brossart 4:15.63 

4 Ballard Memorial 4:20.93 

5 Williamsburg 4:26.63 

6 Fairview 4:28.82 

Shot Put 

■39'6" Kim Woodwin. Western. 1986 

1 Turner, Hillary (12). Owen County 33'10" 

2 Case. Barbie (11); Bellevue 33'5" 

3 Fowler, Brenda (11); Providence 32'8" 

4 Copeland, Sonya (12); Providence 32"/.." 

5 Warner, Sandra ( ), Nicholas County 31*11" 

6 Knight. Melissa ( ), Fleming-Neon SV1W 

Discus 

136'1" Deanne Patrick, Boyd County. 1976 



1 Steward, Hollie (12); Paris 


109'8 


2 Richardson, Shelli (10). Paris 


1087 


3 Saylor, Pam ( ), Harlan 


106'11 


4 Fowler. Brenda (11); Providence 


103'11 


5 Miller. Kathleen (11); Williamsburg 


103'3 


6 Copeland. Sonya (12); Providence 


94 '9" 



TOTAL POINTS 

School Total 

Bellevue 53 00 

Frankfort 46.00 

Providence 46.00 

Bishop Brossart 40 00 

Ballard Memorial 36.00 

Oneida 36.00 

Madison 26.00 

Harlan 26.00 

Dayton 20.00 

Paris 18.00 

Jenkins 18 00 

Kentucky County Day 14.00 

Raceland 14 00 

Bardstown 13.00 

West Hopkins 11-00 

St. Henry 10.00 

Owen County 10.00 

Fairview 10 00 

Nicholas County 6.00 

Williamsburg 4.00 

Menifee County 2.00 

Russellville 200 

Crittenden County 1 .00 

Ludlow 1.00 

Caverna 1 .00 

Berea 1.00 

Fleming-Neon 1 .00 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR SEPTEMBER, 1986 



PAGE FIVE 



BARDSTOWN HIGH SCHOOL - CLASS A BOYS 

Kentucky High School Track Meet 
Lexington, Kentucky-May 31, 1986 



^m 



pjpi 




'* - ^'?^^sfi^k»«■ , ■? 




Front Row (L to R): Raymond Harrison, Martin Kimberly. Second Row: Tim Stiverson, James Brewer, Tyron Gray. 
Third Row: George Moreno, Sam Liberatore, Rob Cecil, Dan Hoat. Fourth Row: John Johnson, Scoop Young, 
J.W. Mattingly. 



100m Dash 

•10 65 Allen Franklin. Henry Clay. 1983 

1. Fomas, Lanie (11). Paris 

2 Harrison. Raymond (11); Bardstown 

3 Green. Ron (9); Caverna 

4 Young, Ray (11); Bardstown 

5 Landrum. James (11); Paris 
Hunt. Mike (12); Raceland 



200m Dash 



■21 33 Allen Franklin. Henry Clay, 1983 
i (11); Pari 



. Jan 



1(10); 






3 Harris. Larry (10); Pari 

4 Harrison. Raymond (11): Bardstov 

5 Green. Ron (11); Caverna 

6 Hunt, Mike (12); Raceland 

400m Dash 

■47 56 Chris Dishman, DeSales, 198: 

1 Powell, Terry (12), Providence 

2 Combs. Phillip (12), Frankfort 

3 Strange. Don (12); Dayton 

4 Miller, Dennis (11); Williamsburg 

5 Sublet!, Marshal (10); Caverna 

6 Noe, Steve (11); Dilce Combs 

800m Run 

•1 52 3 David Jaggers. Butler. 1972 

1 Strange. Don (12). Dayton 

2 Kuper. John (12); Bishop Brossarl 

3 Fluker. Fred (12). Harlan 

4 Oglesby. Rhea (11). Berea 

5 Powell. Torns (10), Providence 

6 Belt, Keith (12); Providence 

1600m Run 

•4 13 4 Dave Buechler. St. Xavier. 19 
1. Kuper. John (12), Bishop Brossarl 
2 Cunnift, Cob (11); Berea 
3, Fluker. Fred (12); Harlan 

4 Mammo, Motti (12); Oneida 

5 Herbst, Jamie (12), Dayton 

6 Belt, Keith (12), Providence 

3200m Run 

■9 10 4 John Wright, Moore, 1983 

1, Cunniff. Cob (11); Berea 

2 Mammo, Motti (12), Oneida 

3, Mack, Tom (12); Dayton 

4 Kuper, John (12), Bishop Brossarl 

5. Tapp, James (12). Providence 

6 Sundaram, Sn (10), Pamtsville 

110m High Hurdles 

■1380 James Triplett. Manual, 1975 

1 Overstreet. Donald (11); St Mary 

2 Zachary, Derek (12), Nicholas County 

3 Neal, Greg (12); Campbellsville 

4 Kelsay. Sieve (12): Bellevue 

5 Roberts, Doug (10); Ballard Memorial 

6 More. Jorge (10). Bardstown 



2220 
22.45 
22.74 
22 78 
23,34 
23.41 



5265 

52 89 

53 93 
54.77 



201 63 
2:02 00 
2:03.10 
2:03.18 
2:04.90 
20550 



427 38 
4:27.84 
4 31.45 
4:33.58 
4 38 12 
4 43 39 



102460 
10 40.02 
10 43 6 



15.02 
15 66 
15.27 
15.49 
15.52 



300m Low Hurdles 

■37 1 Bruce Spaulding. Union County, 1981 

1 Brewer, James (10), Bardslown 

2 Roberts. Doug (10), Ballard Memorial 

3 Kelsay, Steve (12). Bellevue 

4 Neat, Greg (12); Campbellsville 

5 Coldiron. Phillip (12), Nicholas County 
6. Hollins, Berry (12). Russellville 

400m Relay 

■42 06 Lafayette, 1985 
1 Pans 



5 Russellville 

6 Nicholas County 

1600m Relay 



Long Jump 



39 48 

40 12 
40 48 

40 66 

41 45 
41 46 



2 Bellevue 

3 Ludlow 

4 Bardstown 

6 Ballard Memo 

Shot Put 

■67- Jesse Stuar 



338 33 
3:2897 
3:32.96 
3:38 10 
338 45 
3:4088 



sgow. 1969 



1 Chumbley, Brent (10). Paris 

2 Baker. Joe (11); Harlan 

3 Pippin, Bryan (12); Frankfort 

4 Johnson, John (12); Bardstown 

5 Bennett, Jeff (12); Caverna 

6 Hall, John (10). Fleming-Neon 

Discus 

"185'2" John Poehlein. Hancock Co . 1984 

1 Stapleton, Darren ( ). Elkhorn City 

2 Willett, Robert (12) Providence 

3 Myers. Don (11); Ludlow 

4 Robinson, Ted (10), Ballard Memoria 

5 Brown. Mark (12). Ky Country Day 

6 Discibio, Tony (12). Ludlow 



52'8'.;" 
48' 1" 
46'11" 

45'5'/ ! " 
45'5" 
43 , 8" 



1517 
149'9 
142'10 
1339 
133'7 
120 '9 



High 



Jump 

J B Brown, Fort Knox, 1984 



1 Dolson, Gary (12); Nicholas County 

2 Overstreet. Don (11). SI. Mary 

3 Dunham. Chuck (12); MMI 

4 Liberatore, Sam (9); Bardstown 

5 Copeland. Eric (12), Providence 

6 Thomas. Jimmy (11). Harlan 

Pole Vault 

•14'11" Greg Gundlach, Shelby Co.. 1975 

1 Veatch. Bryan (12). Bellevue 

2 Himes Ted (11); Berea 

3 Discibio, Tony (12); Ludlow 

4 Green, James (12), Hancock County 

5 Grim, Grey (12); Paintsville 

6 Hardin, Mark (12); Jenkins 



e. Shelby Co.. 1985 
; (10), Carroll County 



3 Brewer, James (10). Bardslown 

4 Green. Trevant (12), Caverna 

5 Roberts, Doug (12), Ballard Me 

6 Carson. Rob (11); Jenkins 



1 Mumphrey. Marc (10) Carroll County 

2 Willett. Robert (12): Providence 

3 Brewer, James (10); Bardstown 

4 Smith. Donald (12); Harrodsburg 

5 Timberlake, Mark (12); Oneida 

6 Thompson. Clarence (12); Fairview 



TOTAL POINTS 

School Total 

Bardstown 67 00 

Providence 50 00 

Paris 48 00 

Bellevue 40 00 

Berea 30 00 

Dayton 24 00 

Bishop Brossarl 22.00 

Harlan 21,00 

Nicholas County 21 00 

Carroll County 20 00 

Ludlow 19.00 

St. Mary 18 00 

Ballard Memorial 1700 

Caverna 16 00 

Oneida 14 00 

Frankfort 14.00 

Campbellsville 10 00 

Elkhorn City 10.00 

M.vll 6.00 

Jenkins 4.00 

Hancock County 4.00 

Harrodsburg 4.00 

Williamsburg 4 00 

Russellville 3.00 

Paintsville 3.00 

Kentucky County Day 2.00 

Raceland 2 00 

Fleming-Neon 1 .00 

Fairview 1.00 

Dilce Combs 1 ,00 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR SEPTEMBER, 1986 



DANVILLE HIGH SCHOOL - CLASS AA GIRLS 

Kentucky High School Track Meet 
Lexington, Kentucky-May 31, 1986 




Front Row (L to R): Orenda Byrgess, Jennie Reigelman, Vickie Alcorn, Tina Robertson. Second Row: Terera Harris, 
Debbie Finke. Katie Stamps, Susan Rankin. Third Row: Keisha Tillman, Pam Clements, Laquella Mitchell, Sharon Woods, 
Angela Taylor. 



300m Hurdles 

1 Tillman. Keisha (9); Danville 47 36 

2 Messmer. Molly (12), Newport Cent Cath 47 55 
3. Mason. Luwanda (9); Logan County 48 56 

4 Bunton. Beverly (9); Warren East 49 07 

5 Thomas. Schoenne (9). LaRue County 50 79 

6 VonGruenigan, Liesel (9); Bourbon Co 51 75 



100m Low Hurdles 

1 Thomas. Schoenne (9). LaRue Co 

2 Tillman, Keisha (9), Danville 

3 Messmer. Molly(12): Newport Cent Cal 

4 Bunton, Beverly (9); Warren East 

5 Brown, Katie (10). Caldwell County 

6 VonGruenigan, Liesel (9). Bouron Cour 

100m Dash 

1 Rainwater, Lydawn (9); LaRue County 

2 Crowe. Brenda (11): Warren East 

3 Travis. Carta (11). Lloyd Memorial 

4 Wilson. Michelle (10); Bullitt East 

5 Davis, Yolanda (11); Fori Campbell 

6 Carpenter, Amy (12): Fleming County 



200m Dash 

1 Rainwater, Lydawn (9). LaRue County 

2 Mason. Tracy (11); Logan County 

3 Crowe. Brenda (10). Warren East 

4 Wilson, Michelle (10): Bullitt East 

5 Custard, Mary (12), Harrison County 

6 Snyder, Jackie (9); East Carter 

400m Run 

1 Rainwater, Lydawn (9). LaRue County 

2 Custard. Mary (12); Harrison County 

3 Wilson. Michelle (10); Bullitt East 

4 Musgrove. Erica (9); Calloway County 

5 Payne. Stacy (11); Mayfield 

6 Snyder. Jackie (8). East Carter 

800m Run 

1 Rankin. Susan (10); Danville 

2 Phillippi. Kelli (11); Grant County 

3 Booker. Kristin (9); Russell 

4 Kelton. Missie (11), Mayfield 

5 Woods, Sharon (10). Danville 

6 Eubanks. Wendy (12), Franklin-Simp. 

1600m Run 

1 Rankin. Susan (10). Danville 

2 Stamps, Katie (7); Danville 

3 Philhpi, Kelli (11); Grant County 

4 Kellon. Missy (11); Maylield 

5 Booker. Kristen (9); Russell 

6 Eubanks, Wendy (12). Franklin-Simp 



1544 
15 54 

15 85 

16 56 



1264 
12 68 
12 88 
12 95 
13.12 



24 95 

25 82 

26 17 
26 28 

26 65 

27 25 



56 96 

57 19 
59.27 
60 39 

60 56 

61 07 



2 20 93 
2:27 26 
2.28 43 
2:2856 
2 29 39 



2:31 ! 



5.11.10 
524 59 
5:25 60 
5:2914 
530.73 
5 33 86 



3200m Run 

1 Stamps, Katie (7), Danville 

2 Reid. Cindy (11); Fort Campbell 

3 Finke, Debbie (7); Danville 

4 Dowd, Patty (9), Fleming County 

5 Mukly. Lisa (9). East Carter 

6 Hunter, Niesie (9), Highlands 

400m Relay 

1 Union County 

2 Danville 

3 Fort Knox 

4 Logan County 

5 Harrison County 

6 Newport Central Catholic 

800m Relay 

2 Harrison County 



1600m Relay 

1 Danville 

2 Union County 

3 Harrison County 

4 Newport Central Catholic 

5 Somerset 

6 Fort Campbell 

Shot Put 

1 Powell. Anita (12); LaRue County 

2 Melvin, Anette (12), Fort Knox 

3 Magrane, Joanie (12); Rowan County 

4 Penny. Stephanie (11). Anderson Co. 

5 Wade. Susan (12), South Hopkins 

6 Baker, Ernestine (11); Trigg County 

Discus 

1 Magrave, Joanie (12). Rowan County 

2 Powell. Anita (12); LaRue County 

3 Samuels, Teresa (10); Frankl.n-Simp 

4 Hedges, Dolly (12), Bourbon County 

5 Vinson, Becky (10). Lawrence County 

6 Clements, Pam (11), Danville 

High Jump 

1 Cammack, Lauren (10); Harrison Co 

2 Bunton. Beverly (9): Warren East 

3 Stemhauer. Jill (12); Boyle County 

4 Cammack. Shan (12); Harrison Co. 

5 Easterling, Glenna (7); Russell 

6 Barney. Jerri (12); Russell 



Long Jump 



11 39 29 

1 1 42 98 
12:03 91 

12 06 41 
12 46 36 
124842 



5002 
50 66 

50 97 

51 64 

52 50 
5227 



1 47 35 
1:47.36 

1 48 58 



107 74 
J 11 98 

(1248 
1:14.75 
1:1503 
121 45 



38'6 5" 
36'3" 

35'r 
32'6.5" 
32'3.5" 
31'6 5" 



122'5 
104'7 
103'3 



1 Eskridge. Tarolyn (10), Fort Knox 17'6 

2 Mason, Tracie (11), Logan County 172 

3 Barney, Jerri (12), Russell 16'4« 

4 Musgrave, Erica (12), Calloway Co 16'4', 

5 O'Brien. Crissy (10), Highlands 163 

6 VonGruenigan, Liesel (9). Bourbon Co 1 



TOTAL POINTS 

School Total 

Danville 89,00 

LaRue County 70 00 

Harrison County 40.00 

Warren East 30.00 

Logan County 26 00 

Fort Knox 24 00 

Newport Central Catholic 1 9 00 

Union County 18 00 

Russell 17 00 

Rowan County 16 00 

Bullitt East 14 00 

Grant County 14.00 

Fort Campbell 13.00 

Calloway County 12.00 

Mayfield 10.00 

Franklin-Simp 8.00 

Lloyd Memorial 7.00 

Bourbon County 7.00 

Boyle County 6.00 

Fleming County 5.00 

Anderson County 4.00 

East Carter 4.00 

Highlands 3.00 

Caldwell County 2.00 

Lawrence County 2.00 

Somerset 2.00 

South Hopkins 2.00 

Trigg County 1 .00 



From The Commissioner's Office 



Mmm®m@T\ 



BASKETBALL RULE 10-5 

Last spring, the Association surveyed its member schools regarding 
Basketball Rule 10-5, the rule regarding bench decorum by coaches. The 
choice given was whether or not to petition the National Federation for 
permission to experiment with an alteration to the rule in some form. The 
response from the schools was approximately seventy-five percent in favor of 
requesting the experiment. 

In accordance with the survey results and Board of Control wishes, 
Exectutive Assistant Billy V. Wise petitioned the National Federation 
requesting an experiment which would allow the Head Coach to stand or kneel 
in front of his/her seat to give instructions to players and then 
immediately return to his/her seat. 

On June 6, Dick Schindler, Assistant Director of the National Federation 
responded to the request. Citing positive results from the rule change to 
10-5 in the previous year, and the basketball committee's desire for a 
commitment to strict enforcement nationwide, Mr. Schindler informed the 
K.H.S.A.A. that their request had been denied. He also pointed out that no 
other state had been or would be given permission to experiment with the 
rule. 

This information was given to the Board of Control at its regular meeting in 
July, and the Board expressed further concern with regard to the rule due to 
feedback from the schools in each members area. The Board referred the 
matter to the All Sports Committee who met on September 13 at the 
K.H.S.A.A. The committee discussed the pros and cons of a possible 
non-permitted deviation, and then decided that it was in the best interest 
of the schools, the Association, and our standing with the National 
Federation to enforce the rule as it is written for the 1986-87 season. The 
committee also voted to request a rule change or experimentation for the 
1987-88 season. 

PADDING REQUIREMENTS CHANGED FOR BASKETBALL BACKBOARDS 

Padding on rectangular backboards must meet new specifications as a result 
of action at the National Federation Rules Committee Meeting. Both the 
bottom front and the bottom back edge of a rectangular board must be padded 
up a distance of 3/4 of an inch with a minimum of 1 inch thickness. The 
bottom and side padding must continue to meet the current 2 inch thickness 
requirement. Schools should examine the padding on their backboards to be 
sure the proper thickness is being used. Inexpensive padding kits are 
available through sporting goods dealers to assist in conforming to this 
rule. One other note, the newly approved shorter backboard is optional, NOT 
required as some salesmen seem to be telling member schools. 

ESPN TO TELEVISE HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS SHOW 

ESPN has begun televising a weekly show, "Scholastic Sports America" to 
focus on high school sports. The half hour program will feature highlights 
of current and former participants, and will air on Saturday evenings at 
6:30, Sunday mornings at 10:00 a.m., and Tuesday afternoons at 5:30. 



IMPORTANT NOTICE TO ALL KHSAA OFFICIALS 

Those officials registering in basketball for this season prior to 
September 1 will be receiving your rules books from the National 
Federation office. Again this year, the printing of the Simplified and 
Illustrated book has delayed their shipment. Officials who have 
registered since September 1 will receive their books from the 
K.H.S.A.A. office as soon as they become available, as will basketball 
playing schools. Officials registering in westling will receive their 
rules books in the next few weeks, as will wrestling schools. 

A.C.T. TEST DATES FOR 1986-87 



With the implementation of NCAA Proposition 48, it is important to 
keep up with the test dates for the American College Testing Assessment 
(ACT test). For 1986-87 the schedule is as follows: 



Test Date Regular Postmark Deadline 

10/25/86 09/26/86 

12/13/86 11/14/86 

02/07/87 01/09/87 

04/11/87 03/13/87 

06/13/87 05/15/87 



Late Deadl ine 

10/14/86 

12/02/86 

01/27/87 

03/31/87 

06/02/87 



IMPORTANT DATES FOR 1986-87 

The following are important dates for member schools participating in 
winter sports. 



Sport 


First 


First 


Num. 


State 




Practice 


Contest 


Games 


Finals 






Allowed 


(Tentat 


ive) 


Wrestling 


Oct. 15 


Dec. 1 


4-23 


Feb. 21 


Swimming 


Oct. 1 


Nov. 15 


15 


Feb. 20/21 


Basketball 










non football 


Oct. 1 


Nov. 15 


24 


Mar. 21/28 


football 


Oct. 15 


Dec. 1 


24 


Mar. 21/28 



NEW ASSIGNING SECRETARY FOR TENTH AND ELEVENTH REGIONS 

Because of the vacancy in the position, the names of the Assigning 
Secretary and Training Officer for the 10th and 11th regions were left 
out of the Handbook. The new Assigning Secretary is Larry Boucher, 206 
Pin Oak Drive, Frankfort, 40601, (502)227-9976 (W), (502)564-2250 (W) . 
The training officer is Jerry Pickrell, 592 Merrimac Drive, Lexington, 
40503, (606)223-4555 (H & W) . 

CORRECTION TO CROSS COUNTRY INFORMATION 



The Cross Country information sent to schools contained the following 
errors -- Region III. Class AAA manager is Rich Rostel at Trinity High 
School. In the information, Barry Binkley at Dayton was listed first 
as the manager. Binkley is the AAA manager for Region VI. We 
apologize for any inconvenience which this error may have caused. 



CLINIC SCHEDULE FOR 1986-87 RULES CLINICS 

This is the list of K.H.S.A.A. sponsored basketball and wrestling rules 
clinic dates for 1986-87 school year. 



BASKETBALL 
October 2 
October 6 
October 7 
October 8 
October 9 
October 13 
October 14 
October 15 
October 16 
October 20 
October 21 
October 22 
October 23 
October 27 
October 28 
October 29 
October 30 



CLINICS 

Henry County High School 
Somerset High School 
Bell County High School 
Hazard High School 
Prestonsburg High School 
Rowan County High School 
Ashland Community College 
Mason County High School 
Holmes High School 
Apollo High School 
Paducah Tilghman High School 
Murray High School 
Hopkinsville High School 
Bowling Green High School 
Elizabethtown High School 
Durrett Education Center 
Henry Clay High School 



WRESTLING CLINICS 

November 1 Hopkinsville High School 
November 8 Conner High School 
November 15 Frankfort High School 
November 18 Seneca High School 



ADDITIONAL PADDING REQUIRED FOR POLE VAULT LANDING PADS 



7 


00 


P.M. 


New Castle 


7 


00 


P.M 


Somerset 


7 


00 


P.M 


Pineville 


7 


00 


P.M 


Hazard 


7 


00 


P.M 


Prestonsburg 


7 


00 


P.M 


Morehead 


7 


00 


P.M 


Ashland 


7 


00 


P.M 


Maysville 


7 


00 


P.M 


Covington 


7 


00 


P.M 


Owensboro 


7 


00 


P.M 


Paducah 


7 


00 


P.M 


Murray 


7 


00 


P.M 


Hopkinsville 


7 


00 


P.M 


Bowling Green 


7 


00 


P.M 


Elizabethtown 


7 


:00 


P.M 


Louisville 


7 


:00 


P.M 


Lexington 


1 


:00 


P.M 


Hopkinsville 


1 


:00 


P.M 


Hebron 


1 


:00 


P.M 


Frankfort 


7 


:00 


P.M 


Louisville 



Track schools which sponsor the pole vault will 
beginning in 1987, all pole vault landing pad 
extending from the main landing pad and surroundi 
box. Rule 7-4-5 of the Track and Field Rules 
must: 1) Be a minimum of four feet deep, extending 
towards the front edge of the planting box; 2) 
the planting box of 36 inches, measured across the 
Have the back of the cut-out placed no farth 
vertical plane of the top of the stopboard (e 
attached to the main landing pad or encased in a 
landing pad. Diagrams of the change are avai 
office, and will probably be printed in next year's 

REMINDER TO FOOTBALL SCHOOLS 



be interested to note that 
s will require front pads, 
ng the pole vault planting 

states that the front pad 

from the main landing pad 
Have a maximum cut-out for 

bottom of the cut-out; 3) 
er than 14 inches from the 
nd of planting box); 4) Be 
common cover with the main 
lable from the Association 

track rules manuals. 



A referendum distributed to the schools in the spring passed by a vote of 
118-55. The referendum stated that the first legal playing date for 
football was eleven weekends prior to the first round of the playoffs, and 
that practice for football could not begin prior to August 1. This makes 
the first valid playing date in 1987 August 21. Keep this in mind in making 
out your schedules. Please remember to inform the office as to open dates. 
This is also important due to the fact that the new alignment plan for 
football is to be implemented effective with the 1987 season. 



IMPORTANT NOTICE TO K.H.S.A.A. PRINCIPALS 

Over the summer, the K.H.S.A.A. mailed supplies to the member schools. 
These include transfer forms, game contracts, foreign exchange forms, and 
eligibility booklets. PLEASE DISPOSE OF ALL OLD TRANSFER FORMS. GAME 
CONTRACTS, ELIGIBILITY BOOKLETS, and PARTICIPATION LISTS. These forms and 
publications have changed considerably in the past few years, and it is 
important and will expedite the processing of any inquiry if you will use 
the current form. Please advise the K.H.S.A.A. if you run out of any form, 
and we will be happy to provide you with additional copies. Schools are 
requested to make additional copies of the student/parent eligibility 
booklet if you should need them. 

PADDING REQUIREMENT - VOLLEYBALL STANDARD 

The National Federation Volleyball Rules (3-1-3) specifies that beginning 
with the 1986-87 season, it will be mandatory for the standards to be 
padded to a minimum height of 5'6" with at least 1 inch thick, soft, 
flexible material (such as polyethlene foam) to incase the uprights and all 
tensioning devices. The rule also specifies that the front and sides of 
the referees platform shall be protected in the same manner. Guy cables or 
rigid braces shall be padded to a minimum of 5'6" in height with at least 
1/2" of thick, soft, flexible material. Athletic Directors should be 
certain their standards meet these specifications. Ready made padding kits 
meeting these specifications are available from various manufacturers. 

OPEN DATES FOR BASKETBALL SCHOOLS 

The following are the open basketball dates for the upcoming season 
according to information which has been turned in to the office. If any of 
these dates have been filled, please notify the office by phone or in 
writing. 

University Heights, Hopkinsville, has several open dates in December, 
January and February. Please contact Roy Woolum (502)886-0254. 

Harrodsburg is looking for one team for the Fort Harrod Tournament, to 
be held December 4 through 6. Contact coach Welty, Harrodsburg, 
(606)734-3655. 

Southern girls' team would like to play in a Christmas tournament 
after school lets out for Christmas on December 19. Contact Jim Watkins, 
A.D., (502)454-8439. 

Clinton County needs girls games throughout the season. Contact 
Wendell Castle (606)387-5569, or 7031. 

Boone County needs one team for its Recorder Classic Tournament, to be 
held during February 4 through 7, 1987. Contact Nell Hensley at 
(606)283-2795, or 331-7578. 

Gallatin County needs a team for and 8 team tournament to be held 
December 4 through 6. Contact Jim Hinsdale, A.D., at Gallatin County. 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR SEPTEMBER, 1986 



PAGE SEVEN 



FORT KNOX HIGH SCHOOL - CLASS AA BOYS 

Kentucky High School Track Meet 
Lexington, Kentucky-May 31, 1986 



'*'tm 




Front Row (L to R): Roddre Massey, Bryan Thompson, Calvin Banks. Second Row: Pat Williams, Maurice Tillie, Eddie 
Thomas. Third Row: Darrell Harris, Leon Lany, George Eskridge. Fourth Row: Coach Dave Shufelt, Michael McCoy. 



100m Dash 

1 Baker. Al (12), Trigg County 

2 Thomas, Eddie (11): Fori Knox 

3, Walker, Robert (12). Harrison Counly 

4. Burden. Greg (12), Harrison Counly 
5 Brashear, Ronald (12), Elizabethtown 
6. Brown, Brian (12), West Carter 

200m Dash 

1 Baker, Al (12); Trigg County 

2 Thomas. Eddie (11). Fort Knox 

3 Williams. Pal (12). Fori Knox 

4 Burden, Greg (12), Harrison County 

5 H.ggins, Anthony (10). Harrison Counly 

6 Allen, Mike (12). Warren East 



400m Dash 

1. Jackson. Larry (11), Mayfield 
2 Banks, Calvin (12); Fort Knox 
3. Finch, Sean (12); Todd County Centr; 

4 Brauner, Neal (11), East Hardin 

5 Patrick, Eddie (12); Harrison Counly 

6 Howard. Joe (12), Middlesboro 

800m Run 

1 Jackson. Larry (11), Mayfield 

2 Parrotl. Tony (12); Mayfield 

3 Kmsey, Marlon (12), Grant County 

4 Thomas. Harrison (12). Whitesburg 

5 Tillie. Maurice (10), Fort Knox 

6 Cooper Brent (11). Rowan County 



300m Low Hurdles 



Long Jump 



22 29 
22 36 
22 44 
2280 

22 89 

23 12 



1 55.50 

1 55 93 
2:01,61 

2 02 56 
2:0345 
2 03 96 



4 23 02 
4 24 38 
4 26 68 
4:29.41 
4 29 88 



1600m Run 

1 Moll, Jelt (11). Lexington Catholic 

2 Pawsat, Shawn (11). Highlands 

3 Otis. Mike (12). LaRue County 

4 Sword, Ron (12), Fort Campbell 
5. Herald. Jimmy (1 1); Warren East 
6 Thomas. Mark (10). Fleming County 4 35 96 

3200m Run 

1 Herald. Jimmy (11); Warren East 9:45.71 

2 Moll. Jett (11). Lexinglon Catholic 9:48.54 

3 Ezell. Eric (11). Trigg County 9:54.16 

4 Pawsatt, Sean (11), Highlands 9 55.07 

5 Thompson, Brian (9); Fort Knox 10:02.91 

6 Eggleston. Jeremy (10); Rowan Co. 10:11 72 

110m High Hurdles 

1 Harrell, Matt (12); Warren East 14 64 

2 Massey, Roddre (11); Fort Knox 14 81 

3 Moss. Terry (10). Fori Campbell 14.84 

4 David. Joey (11); Russell 15,47 

5 Purdom, Greg (12); Mason County 15 38 

6 Battershell, Steve (10), Newpt Cent Cath 15 59 



1 Massey. Roddie (11). Fort 


Knox 




37 41 


2 Harrell, Matt (12). Warren 


-ast 




38.96 


3 David. Joey (11), Russell 






39 14 


4 Stewart, Michael (12). Edr 




Co, 


39 53 


5 Hunter, Jon (11). Danville 






40 90 


6 Davis. Wes (10). Russell 






40 98 


400m Relay 








1 Fort Knox 






42 54 


2 Harrison County 






43 04 


3 Warren East 






4431 


4 Newport Central Catholic 






44.69 


5 Boyle County 






45 14 


6 Fort Campbell 






44 85 


1600m Relay 








1 Fort Knox 






3:23.58 


2 Maytield 






323.86 


3 Harrison County 






3:29 48 


4 East Hardin 






330.36 


5 Russell 






3:32.40 


6 Union County 






3:32.91 


Shot Put 








1. Caudill, Micah (12); Frank 


in-Sir 


np. 


51"/>" 


2 Houston, Doug (12); Fran 


ilm-S 




48'4" 


3 Harris. Sean (12), Danville 






48'3" 


4 Weber. Steve (12). Newpt 


Cent 


Cath. 


4710'' 


5 Larry, Leon (11), Fort Knc 






43'3" 


6 Dampier. John (12); Bourbon C 


Junty 


42'10" 



Discus 

1 McMurtry.Quinn (12): Newpt Cent. Cath. .1577" 

2 Houston. Doug (12). Franklin-Simp 148'10" 

3 Johnson. David (11); Barren County 143'6" 
4. Slone. Scott (12), Russell 138'3" 

5 Baumer, Mark (12). Highlands 135'7" 

6 Walls. Ronnie (11). Boyle Counly 127'3" 



High Jump 



1 Harrell. Matt (12). Warren East 

2 Kirk, Mike (12), Monroe County 

3 Porter, Ray (11), West Carter 

4 Rice. Phill (12); Lloyd Memorial 

5 Tinker. James (10). Elizabethtown 

6 Sumner. Denver (12); Anderson Co. 

7 Divine. Steve (12); Danville 

Pole Vault 

1 Hanley. Norman (12); Russell 

2 Henderson, Mark (10). Calloway County 

3 Clemmons. Todd (12). Barren County 

4 Pinkston. Rob (10). Highlands 

5 Brooks, John (11); East Hardin 

6 Easterberg. Von (12), Boyle County 



1 Walker. Robert (12). Harrison Co 


22'8v:." 


2 Thomas. Eddie (11). Fort Knox 


22'8" 


3 Eskridge. George (12): Fort Knox 


21 '5" 


4 Allen. Mike (12), Warren East 


20'9'/," 


5 McGee. Harry (11), Trigg County 


207V 


6 Rice. Phil (12), Lloyd Memorial 


20'3V," 


Triple Jump 




1 Walker, Robert (12); Harrison Co 


44-4V,- 


2 Samuel. Cleve (12), Newport 


43W 


3 Harrell. Matt (12). Warren East 


4271V 


4 Huddlestnn, Ken (11). Russell 


417'/i" 


5 Tinker. James (10). Elizabethtown 


41'3" 


6 Davis, Wes (10). Russell 


39'9 J /," 



TOTAL POINTS 

School Total 

Fort Knox 88 00 

Warren East 57 00 

Harrison County 52.00 

Mayfield 36 00 

Russell 32.00 

Trigg County 28 00 

Franklin-Simpson 26.00 

Newport Central Catholic 19.00 

Highlands 18.00 

Lexington Catholic 18.00 

Barren County 12.00 

Fori Campbell 1 1 .00 

East Hardin 10.00 

Danville 8 50 

Monroe County 8 00 

Calloway County 8 00 

Newport 8 00 

Elizabethtown 6.00 

Grant County 6 00 

LaRue County 6 00 

West Carter 6.00 

Lloyd Memorial 6.00 

Todd County Central 6.00 

Boyle County 4.00 

Edmonson County 4.00 

Whitesburg 4.00 

Mason County 2.00 

Rowan County 2.00 

Fleming County .1.00 

Middlesboro 1 00 

Bourbon County 1 ,00 

Union County 1.00 

Anderson County 0.50 



PAGE EIGHT 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR SEPTEMBER, 1986 



OWENSBORO AND SENECA HIGH SCHOOLS 
CO-CHAMPIONS - CLASS AAA GIRLS 

Kentucky High School Track Meet 
Lexington, Kentucky-May 31, 1986 




Front Row (L to R): Shawn Higgs, Angie Tutt, Shawna 
Moorman. Second Row: Byron Lang, April Moorman, 
Aretha Drake. Third Row: Don Crask, Jim Hill, Tracy 
Acton. 



Front Row (L to R); Doris Grizzard, Shelina Parr, Shanise 
McCord, Jennifer Schultz. Second Row: Tresina Ezell, 
Albertine Sanders, Ramonda James, Andrea Colman. 
Third Row: Marshal Abstain, Stacy Terry. 



300m Hurdles 



Long Jump 



Tyson. Ce 



). Oldham County 
(11); Wooford Co 



2 Pa 

3 Sc 

4 Marshall. Stephani (11), Boyd Co 

5 Vanee, Dawn (10), Warren Central 

6 Howell. Karen (12). Lalayette 

100m Low Hurdles 

1 Page, LaWanda (12), Central 

2 Vegso. Robin (12), Boyd County 

3 Henry. Stacey (10): Paul Blazer 

4 Schimmoeller. Chris (11), Woodford C 

5 Elliott. Nicole (10), Waggener 

6 Arden. Jami (12). Madison Central 

100m Dash 

1 Higgs, Shawn (12); Owensboro 

2 Coleman. Andrea (12). Seneca 

3 Berry. Angie (9); Atherton 

4 Washington. Robbin (10); Bryan Static 

5 Jackson. Yuette (12). Franklin Co 

6 Tutt, Angie (11); Owensboro 



200m Dash 

1 Wa 

2 Tys 

3 Tut 



4432 
45 09 

45 50 

47 70 

48 27 
48 53 



i(10). Ea 



1236 
12.55 
12 70 
12.86 



a (11). Oldham County 25.10 

(10); Owensboro 25 43 

4 Berry, Angie (9); Atherton 25 73 

5 Washington. Robbin (10), Bryan Station 26,38 

6 Morrison, Lisa (10): Boone County 26,58 

400m Dash 

1 Coleman. Andrea (12); Seneca 59 49 

2 Moore. Stephane (12), Henderson County 60 57 

3 Burley. Er.ca (12): Shelby County 60 92 

4 Schimmoeller. Tnna (11), Woodford Co. 6118 

5 Whitlock. Sherrie (09): Butler 61 56 
6. Cooper, B (11), Campbell County 62.29 

800m Run 

1 Combs. Donna (12); Ballard 2:18,22 

2 Crutcher. Nancy (11), Oldham Co, 2:20.60 

3 Weller. Stephanie (11); Tates Creek 2 24 07 

4 Roberts. Krisla (8), Boyd County 2:26.23 

5 Horn. Kierre (8), Paul Blazer 2:27 35 

6 Barnett. Jennifer (10), Dayiess County 2:28 09 

1600m Run 

1 Combs. Donna (12), Ballard 5:04.99 

2. Frazier. Wendy (11), Henry Clay 5:10 09 

3 0"Nan, Cybil (8); Oldham County 524. 81 

4 Fritch. Bilhe (10); Waggener 5:26.02 

5 Trimble. Melanie (11). Boyd County 527.17 

6 Bunns. B (12); Campbell County 5 34 69 



1 Combs. Donna (12), Ballard 1V2109 

2 Frazier, Wendy (11). Henry Clay 11 37 06 

3 Stevens, Kristi (7); Pulaski County 12 02 54 

4 O'Nan. Cybil (8), Oldham County 12 09 57 

5 Trimble. Melanie (11). Boyd County 12 17 36 

6 Wollermann. Jenny (10), Notre Dame 12 37.29 



400m Relay 

2 Eastern 

3 Bryan Station 

4 Franklin County 

5 Boyd County 

6 Paul Blazer 

800m Relay 

1 Franklin County 

2 Seneca 

3 Owensboro 

4 Bryan Station 

5 Boyd County 

6 Paducah Tilghman 

1600m Relay 

1 Seneca 

2 Eastern 

3 Henderson County 

4 Woodford County 

5 Shelby County 

6 Notre Dame 

Shot Put 

1. Goodwin. Kim (12), Western 

2 Sann.ng, (12); Dixie Heights 

3 Jones, Sherry (12); Laurel County 

4 Rakes. Lori (10). Boyd County 

5 Oberman, Carrie (12). Pulaski County 

6 Drake, Aretha (12); Owensboro 

Discus 



49 85 

50 00 
50 26 
50 26 

50 90 

51 52 



1:44 78 
1:45.38 
1:45.43 
1 46 48 



3 58 97 

3 59 78 

4 04 88 
4:05 77 



39'6" 
38'5\" 
37'10" 
35'2'." 

35'2" 



, Pac 



Ma 



I); Paducah Tilghman 
one County 
(12), Pulaski County 



2 Murphy, 

3 Obermai 

4 Wilson, ' 

5 Roberts, Kathy (11), Lafayette 

6 Chambers, Shellie (12), Shelby County 



35". 



1207" 
118'4" 
1117" 

105'2" 
103'8" 



High Jump 



1 Young. Megan (11). Montgomery Counly 

2 Wooldridge, Sandy (12); Mercy 

3. Morrison. Lisa (10); Boone County 

4 Sargent. Susan (10); Eastern 

5 Acton. Tracey (10); Owensboro 

6 Forman. Megan (9), Scott Counly 

7 Pagan. Jacqui (12), Daviess County 



1 OBannon, Sheronda (11): Male 17 11 

2 Tutt. Anna (10). Owensboro 17'6' 

3 Henson. Tami (11), Clay County 175 

4 Vegso, Robin (12). Boyd County 167'. 

5 Doyle, Shannon (11); Oldham County 166' 

6 Schimmoeler. Chris (11). Woodford Co 16'4'. 



TOTAL POINTS 

School Total 

Owensboro 44 00 

Seneca 44 00 

Oldham County 38.00 

Ballard 34 00 

Boyd County 32 00 

Eastern 30.00 

Woodford County 19 00 

Franklin County 1600 

Henry Clay 16 00 

Bryan Station 16 00 

Boone County 15.00 

Henderson County 14 00 

Pulaski County 14 00 

Paducah Tilghman 11 00 

Central 10 00 

Atherton 10.00 

Montgomery County 10 00 

Western 10.00 

Male 10 00 

Shelby County 9.00 

Paul Blazer 9 00 

Dixie Heights 8.00 

Mercy 8.00 

Tates Creek 6,00 

Clay County 6.00 

Waggener 6.00 

Laurel County 6.00 

Lafayette 3.00 

Butler 2.00 

Notre Dame 2.00 

Warren Central 2.00 

Campbell County 2 00 

Daviess County 1.50 

Madison Central 1 00 

Scott County 0.50 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR SEPTEMBER, 1986 



PAGE NINE 



PADUCAH TILGHMAN HIGH SCHOOL - CLASS AAA BOYS 

Kentucky High School Track Meet 
Lexington, Kentucky-May 31, 1986 




Front Row (L to R): Joseph Lee, James Cannon, Greg Bullet, Bullet Williams, Edward Watson. Second Row: David Jones, 
Cornelus R. Clark, Michael Stone, Randy Wyatt. Third Row: Rodney Anderson, Bobby Brooks, James Johnson, Michael 
Jones. Fourth Row: Larry Allen, James Walker, Lyman Brown, Burton Brown. Fifth Row: Tim Gott, Steve Johnston, Augie 
Schiller, Jr. Pelmar. 



100m Dash 

1. Wyatt. Randy (8). Paducah Tilghman 10 84 

2. Watson. Ed (12); Paducan Tilghman 10.94 

3 Foster, Clarence (12), Jeffersontown 1099 

4 Campbell, Doug (11); Iroquois 1106 

5 Johnson. Vic (11): Lafayette 11 15 

6 Reed, Kevin (11); Bryan Station 1124 

200m Dash 

1 Wyatt, Randy (8); Paducah Tilghman 21.58 

2 Hart. Larry (12); Jeffersontown 21 62 

3 Reed, Kevin (11); Bryan Station 22.00 

4. Gregory, Exavier (11); Knox Co Cent. 22.08 

5 Watson, Ed (12); Paducah Tilghman 22.25 
6. Taylor, Tony (11); Boone County 22 32 

400m Dash 

1 Jenkins, Todd (12); Doss 49 08 

2 Ford. Larry (10); Shelby County 49 14 

3. Cheatum. Donnie (12); Holmes 49.66 

4 Dickey. Troy (12). Eastern 49 73 

5. Perdue. John (11); Madisonville-N Hop. 49.88 

6 Hanley. Stephen (12); Franklin County 51.05 

800m Run 

1 Gillooly, Jeff (12); Holy Cross 1:55.00 

2 Dillard, Carl (10); Christian County 1 55,62 

3 Johnson, Clarence (12); Montg Co 158 92 

4 Morris. Kelvin (10); Madvlle -N. Hop 2:00.45 

5 Chavies. Dennis (12); Knox Co Cent 2:01 11 

6. Kelley. Don (11); Franklin County 2:02.09 

1600m Run 

1. Hamilton, Paul (11); Jessamine County 4:16 44 

2 Grossman, Eric (12); Atherton 4 16 44 

3. Gillooly. Jeff (12); Holy Cross 4:20.76 

4. Clark. Neal (11); Paducah Tilghman 4.23.66 
5 Dillard. Carl (10); Christian County 4:2447 
6. Coffman, Eric (12); Franklin County 4 28 95 

3200m Run 

1. Shoaf. Rob (12); Trinity 9:166 

2 Grossman. Eric (12); Atherton 9:37.05 

3 Hamilton. Paul (11); Jessamine County 9.48 01 

4 Plank, Jeff (11); Conner 9:48.16 

5 Coffman. Eric (12); Franklin County 9 50.63 
6. Lemeier, (12); Dixie Heights 10:00.18 

110m High Hurdles 

1 Bussell. Leon (12); Christian County 14.70 

2 Canady, Mark (12); Knox Co. Cent. 14.75 

3 Martin. Marty (12); Moore 14 78 
4. August, Larry (10); Lafayette 15.04 

5 Roberts. Michael (12); Male 15.11 

6 Hodge. George (11); North Bullitt 15.25 

300m Low Hurdles 

1 McCravy. Rod (12); Trinity 37.69 



2 Verhoven, Chris (12), Lafayette 37 85 

3 Jones, David (11). Paducah Tilghman 38 70 

4 Bussell, Leon (12); Christian County 38 91 

5 Martin. Marty (12); Moore 39 04 

6 Brown, Jon (12); Brayn Station 40 43 

400m Relay 

1 Paducah Tilghman 42 43 

2 North Hardin 43 48 
3. Eastern 43 51 

4 Iroquois 4386 

5 Boone County 44 13 

6 Holmes 44 15 

1600m Relay 

1 Eastern 3:20.44 

2. Doss 3:23.28 

3 Henderson County 3:24.50 

4 Lafayette 3:24.88 

5 Paducah Tilghman 3:25.72 

6 Holmes 3:28.06 

Shot Put 

1 Thompson. Ernest (11), Laurel County 557" 

2, McHaney. John (12): Ballard 54'9" 

3. Jones, Mike (11); Paducah Tilghman 54'6 l / ! " 

4 Holmes, John (12); Paul Blazer 52'10Vi" 

5 Hatfield. Chris (12); Bullitt Central 507V 

6 Jackson, Nate (12); Butler 49'8" 

Discus 

1. Thomas Ernest (11); Laurel County 160'3" 

2 Rmehard, Mike (12); Campbell County 150'4" 

3. Holmes. John (12); Paul Blazer 146'2" 

4. Henry, Chris (10); Doss 145'11" 
5 Leonard, Steve (11); Daviess County 1447" 
6. Gilnett, Larry ( ); Oldham County 142'6" 

High Jump 

1, Floyd, Kelly (11); Henderson County 6'8" 
" Gross, Bobby Joe (11); Paducah Tilghman 6'6" 

Porter. Desmond (12). Pleasure Rdg Pk. 6'6" 

Bolden. John (12); Male 6'4" 

Mills, Matt (11); Knox Co Cent 6'2" 

6. Schweitzer. (11); Campbell County 6'0" 

Pole Vault 

1 Taylor. Tony (12); Iroquois 13'0" 

2. Lee, Joe (12); Paducah Tilghman 12'6" 

3 House, Charlie (11); Clay County 12'6" 

4 Richardson. Rob (11); Madison Cent 12'0" 

5 Jones, Louis (12); Owensboro 12'0" 

6 Nail, Doug (12); Covington Catholic 11'6" 

Long Jump 

1 Gregory, Exavier (11): Knox County 23'2' 

2. Jones, Mike (12) Paducah Tilghman 23'1V< 
3 Porter, Desmond (12): Pleasure Rdg Pk.23'1% 

4, Figgs. Mike (12); Scott County 22'11 '/? 

5 Cheatum. Donnie (12); Holmes 22'10% 

6 Bingham, Michael (11). Doss 227 



Triple Jump 






1 Moore, Darren 4 

2 Hobbs. Tim (12); Shelby County 

3 Ward. Sterling (10). Bryan Station 44'11 

4 Gregory. Exvaier (11); Knox Co. Cent 44'2'i 
5. Jones, Mike (12). Paducah Tilghman 43'9 
6 Downing, Andre (12). Male 43'5" J 



TOTAL POINTS 

School Total 

Paducah Tilghman 84.00 

Knox County Central 30 00 

Iroquois 28 00 

Christian Cou nty 24 00 

Doss 23 00 

Trinity 20 00 

Laurel County 20.00 

Eastern 20 00 

Lafayette 18 00 

Henderson County 16.00 

Holy Cross 16 00 

Jessamine County 16.00 

Shelby County 16.00 

Atherton 16.00 

Jeffersontown 14 00 

Bryan Station 14 00 

Pleasure Ridge Park 12.00 

Paul Blazer 10 00 

Holmes 10.00 

Campbell County 9 00 

Moore 8.00 

North Hardin 8.00 

Ballard 8.00 

Male 7.00 

Montgomery County 6 00 

Clay County 6.00 

Madisonville-North Hopkins 6.00 

Franklin County 5.00 

Scott County 4.00 

Madison Central 4.00 

Conner 4.00 

Boone County 3.00 

Daviess County 2.00 

Owensboro 200 

Bullitt Central 2-00 

Butler 1.00 

North Bullitt 1 .00 

Dixie Heights 1 .00 

Oldham County 1.00 

Covington Catholic 1.00 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR SEPTEMBER, 1986 



1985-86 GIRLS' GOLF CHAMPIONS 

ELIZABETHTOWN COUNTRY CLUB, ELIZABETHTOWN 

JUNE 3-4, 1986 

TEAM CHAMPION - SACRED HEART ACADEMY 




Individual Winner 
Jenny Fuson - Corbin - 153 

INDIVIDUAL SCORES 

Ann Hill, Oldham County 157 

Lisa Weissmueller. Lexington Catholic 158 

Kim Tyrer, Franklin County 161 

Joy Johnson. Lafayette 164 

Anne Jones, Sacred Heart 164 

Julie Esselman, Ballard 164 

Semantha Hinchman, Boyd County 165 

Charla Evans, Madisonville 166 

Nancy Jones, Sacred Heart 166 

Karen Johnson, Boone County 166 




TEAM SCORES 

Sacred Heart 669 

Calloway County 712 

Oldham County 713 

Notre Dame 734 

Ballard 750 

Franklin County 752 

Bowling Green 797 

Taylor County 798 

Murray 809 



1985-86 BOYS' GOLF CHAMPIONS 

DOE VALLEY COUNTRY CLUB, BRANDENBURG 

JUNE 3-4, 1986 

TEAM CHAMPION-OLDHAM COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL 





Individual Winner 
Toby Fields - Doss - 147 



(L loR): Coach Jim Randall, Tony Guest, John Karlen,Mark McGuire. Garrett 
Kelsey, Ernie Denham (backgroud). 



INDIVIDUAL SCORES 

Johnnie Johnson, Berea 148 

Brett Larimer, Marshall County 148 

Harold Wallace. Greenup County 149 

John Phelps, Russell County 151 

Swain Beard, Franklin County . . . : 151 

Tommy Rupert, Boyd County 151 

Russell Smoak, Western Hills 151 

Eric Wehrman, Covington Catholic 151 

Tommy Beshear, Caldwell County 151 

Tony Guest, Oldham County 1 52 

Lee Smith, Henderson County 152 

Byron Bennett, Taylor County 153 



TEAM SCORES 

Oldham County 625 

Berea 636 

Covington Catholic 640 

Caldwell County 645 

St. Xavier 651 

Marshall County 656 

DeSales 661 

Greenup County 661 

Trinity 672 

Pleasure Ridge Park 678 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR SEPTEMBER, 1986 



PAGE ELEVEN 



1986 TENNIS CHAMPIONS 





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BOYS SINGLES CHAMPION 

Steve Mather 

Trinity 



GIRLS SINGLES CHAMPION 

Wendy Anderson 

Henry Clay 





BOYS DOUBLES CHAMPIONS 

Timmer Halligan - John Meade 

Trinity 



GIRLS DOUBLES CHAMPION 

Trisha Mahon - Sue Ann Bird 

Henderson County 



Continued from Page 2 

The next item on the agenda was the new officials fees. 
Officials, both umpires and referees, will receive $18.00 
per match for regular season varsity play. Regional 
tournament fees are $20.00 and State Tournament fees are 
$25.00 per match. 

A brief discussion followed regarding the 1986-87 
National Federation Volleyball rules. The most significant 
change requires padding on standards, floor and wall 
cables and the referee's stand. Schools participating in 
volleyball shall have their equipment padded effective this 
school year. 

The Constitution and By-Laws were studied and no 
changes were suggested in the Volleyball section. 

There being no further business, the meeting was 
adjourned. 



Continued from Page 3 

Girls Class A: Bath Co., Buckhorn, Cordia, Dilce Combs, 
Fleming-Neon, Hazard. Lee Co., Lewis Co., Menifee Co., 
Oneida Baptist, Pamtsville, Phelps, Raceland, Riverside 
Christian, Fairview, Letcher 

Boys Class AA: Johnson Central, Knott Co., Estill Co., East 
Carter, Lawrence Co., Rowan Co., Russell, Sheldon Clark, 
West Carter, Whitesburg, Betsy Layne 
Girls Class AA: East Carter, Johnson Central, Lawrence 
Co., Rowan Co., Russell, Sheldon Clark, Whitesburg 

Manager: Barry Bin kley, Dayton High School, 200 Jackson 

St., Dayton, Ky. 41074 (606-261-4357) Meet held at 

Thomas Moore. 

Boys Class AAA: Boone Co., Boyd Co., Campbell Co., 

George Rogers Clark, Greenup Co., Holmes 

Girls Class AAA: Boone Co., Boyd Co.. Campbell Co., 

Holmes, Notre Dame 



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1986 SOCCER ALIGNMENT 



REGION I 

Manager: Roy Wollum, AD., University Heights, 1300 

Academy Dr., Box 1070, Hopkinsville, Ky. 42240 (502-886- 

0254) 

Caldwell Co., Fort Campbell, Madisonville N. -Hopkins, 

Murray, St. Mary, University Heights, Paducah Tilghman, 

Marshall Co. 

REGION II 

Manager: Dale Stewart, Apollo High School, 2280 
Tamarack Rd., Owensboro, Ky. 42301 (502-685-3121) 
Apollo, Daviess Co.. Henderson Co. Owensboro, 
Owensboro Catholic 

REGION III 

Manager: Gary Thompson, AD, Ft. Knox High School, 
7501 Missouri St., Ft. Knox, Ky. 40121 (502-624-6647) 
East Hardin, Elizabethtown. Fort Knox, North Hardin, West 
Hardin, Bowling Green, Warren East, Warren Central 

REGION IV 

Manager: Jim Swart, AD, Eastern High School, 12400 Old 
Shelbyville Rd.. Louisville, Ky 40243 (502-454-8243) 
Ballard, Eastern, Jeffersontown, Kentucky Country Day, 
Oldham Co., Trinity (Louisville) Waggener 

REGION V 

Manager: Jay Phillips, AD., Atherton High School, 3000 
Dundee Rd., Louisville, Ky. 40205 (502-454-8732) 
Atherton, Christian Academy, Seneca, Shelby Co., St. 
Francis, St. Xavier, Walden, Louisville Collegiate 



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REGION VII 

Manager: Mike McDaniel, A.D., MaleHigh School, 91 1 S. 
Brook St., Louisville, Ky. 40203 (502-454-8292) 
DeSales, Doss, Holy Cross, Iroquois, Pleasure Ridge Park, 
Southwest Christian, Ninth & O 

REGION VIII 

Manager: Don Atterkirk, A.D., Dixie Heights High School, 

3010 Dixie Hwy., Fort Mitchell Ky. 41017 (606-341-7650) 

Boone Co., Conner, Brossart, Dixie Heights, Lloyd 

Memorial, Simon Kenton, St. Henry, Newport Central 

Catholic 

REGION IX 

Manager: Jack Kaelin, A.D., Covington Catholic High 

School, 1600 Dixie Hwy., Covington, Ky. 4101 1 (606-431- 

5351) 

Campbell Co., Covington Latin, Covington Catholic, 

Highlands, Holmes, Holy Cross. Pendleton Co., Scott 

REGION X 

Manager: Kevin Taylor, George RogersClark High School, 
620 Boone Ave., Winchester, Ky. 40391 (606-744-6111) 
Boyd Co., George Rogers Clark, Menifee Co., 
Montgomery Co., Oneida Baptist Institute, Paul Blazer. 
Rowan Co. 

REGION XI 

Manager: Rick Phillips. AD, Tates Creek High School, 
Centre Pkwy., Lexington, Ky. 40502 (606-272-1513) 
Frankfort, Franklin Co., Lafayette, Madison Central, 
M Ml , Sayre, Scott Co., Tates Creek, Western Hills. 
Woodford Co. 



REGION VI 

Manager: Jay Levine A.D., Iroquois High School, 
4615 Taylor Blvd., Louisville. Ky 40215 (502-454-8269) 
Central, duPont Manual, Fern Creek, Male, Moore, 
Southern, Fairdale 



REGION XII 

Manager: Jack Conte, Coach, Bryan Station High School, 
1866 Edgeworth Dr., Lexington, Ky. 40505 (606-299-9212) 
Berea, Boyle Co., Bryan Station, Danville, Garrard Co., 
Henry Clay, Jessamine Co., Lexington Catholic 



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In addition, the TARGET program will serve as a unique link tying America's schools and youth to the official and 
unofficial network of agencies fighting drug and alcohol abuse. The National Federation is developing agreements with 
such entities as Federal and state alcohol and drug agencies, professional sports leagues, and private organizations with 
similar anti-abuse goals. Agreements will involve a variety of activities, from information-sharing to cooperation on services 
or prevention programs. 

TARGET is being bolstered by an aggressive campaign to alert community leaders, educators, parents and students that 
the National Federation and its state-association members offer solutions to the national epidemic of abuse. With the 
assistance of experienced outside public relations counsel, the National Federation will build public awareness of the 
weapons available in the fight against substance abuse and chemical dependency. The National Federation will arm its 
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program to stimulate use of TARGET. Ingredients of the promotion plan include national news coverage of major chemical- 
health issues, state-by-state promotion of TARGET, and a nationwide student rally against chemical abuse. 

Charles Stebbins, Target Director 

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Kansas City, Missouri 64195 

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Editor's Note: The following article is a reprint from the September 12, 1986 issue of the Wisconsin IAA Bulletin. 

It is a sad commentary on the times we live in that abuse of alcohol and other drugs is one of the big problems in our nation. 

It is even a sadder commentary that school boys and girls - teenagers and even youngsters not yet in their teens - are 
nvolved in this problem. 

And it seems to be the saddest commentary - and embarrasing, too - that alcohol and other drug abuse has made gaping 
inroads into the world of sports - a "world" a lot of us like to think is a natural alternative to the alcohol-drug life style. 

Admittedly not faultless, athletics, nonetheless, long has been considered the way to go by people who cared about their 
bodies and themselves in general. To put it another way: People in athletics cared enough (or were scared enough) to walk a 
different path of conduct than others. That doesn't seem to be true anymore. Sports has become polluted along with much of 
the rest of society by alcohol and drugs. School people have had a concern for a long time about alcohol, primarily beer. That 
concern is still there but now it's had to make room for those "other drugs" too. 

Sports also has had a reputation for producing role models. Kids looked up to their heroes, tried toemulate them, aspired 
to be like them someday. Even high school athletes got this kind of adoration from other kids. The sports stars knew this, and 
many seemed to act more responsibly because of it. 

The example-setting dimension of athletes is still there - but so often now it works in the opposite direction. Sports is 
producing negative influences. A television presentation earlier this month spotlighted a young New York boy who could not 
have been in his teens yet making the comment that if his big college basketball hero used drugs, he probably would use 
them, too, because he wanted to be as good as his hero was. 

"This isn't really what sports is like today," you react incredibly. "It's just maybe a few professional and big college 
athletes," you add expecting reassurance. "And even if such problems exist, they're just in the big cities where crime, 
pornography, poverty, illiteracy, etc., flourish," you conclude hopefully. 

Wrong! Wrong! Wrong! Three times you're wrong! 

Lest some may feel the horrors of drugs belong exclusively to the New Yorks, theChicagosand theMilwaukees, read what 
the Stevens Point JOURNAL (that's Stevens Point in central Wisconsin with less than 25,000 people!) said in an introductory 
article to its alcohol-drug series this month: 

"While much of that war may be fought on the streets of large cities, Stevens Point and its surrounding communities are far 
from being on the sidelines. It may be a small city but the availability and flow of drugs in Stevens Point is at times 
overwhelming, say local users. Securing cocaine is easier here than in many large cities, they say. And what about crack? 
It's here, says one Stevens Point Area Senior High School student." 

Enough said. The problem is here. It has been here for some time. It's bad, and getting worse. To the credit of many, we are 
in the process of declaring war on abuse of alcohol and other drugs. The United States government is stepping-up its battle 
against flow of drugs into the country. State Superintendent of Public Instruction Herbert Grover has outlined steps his 
department plans to take in the coming months to help Wisconsin schools. Workshops and similar prog rams aimed at abuse 
of alcohol and other drugs are appearing in a lot of places. 

Granted, schools are over-burdened already with their responsibilities. So much is expected of them. But our young 
people need help. This is a horrible problem. Chemical dependency is a monstrous affliction. Nevermind that the parents of 
the kids who could be helped might be the same parents who complain about school taxes being too high. Never mind that 
some of them also may be the same parents who are contributing to the problem because they care more about themselves 
(their comfort, status, and/or reputation) that they have been caring about their kids. 

Remember only that this problem of abuse of alcohol and other drugs is a serious matter. It may be the most critical thing 
to date to distress our schools and our communities. It's a matter of life or death -and that makes turning this thing around 
the biggest challenge of our lives. 

(Reprinted from North Dakota High School Activities Bulletin) 



Coach's Anti-Drug Message Leaves Players Rattled 

By Dave Kindred 
About the author: Dave Kindred is a sports columnist for the Atlanta Journal and Constitution. 



A morning soon after Len Bias died, Georgia Southern College football coach Erk Russell stopped in at Snooky's cafe in 
Statesboro, Ga., for his wake-me-up coffee. 

Russell is the old bald dawg who decorated the sidelines as Vince Dooley's top lieutenant for 17 seasons. To fire up his 
guys, Russell from time to time would butt heads with them. Because they wore helmets and he didn't, Russell would do 
some bleeding 

Good enough. Why waste words with his Junkyard Dogs? If you bleed for them, the players will figure out how important 
the game is. You cut the rhetoric, you give 'em something they can see. 

Russell said that on a morning soon after Bias died, "The 6 a.m. group of philosophers was at Snooky's, and they got to 
talking about the Bias thing." 

(Continued on Page 7) 



The Kentucky High School Athlete 

Official Publication of the 
Kentucky High School Athletic Association 



VOL. XLIX no. 3 



OCTOBER, 1986 



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Officers Elected for K.H.S.A.A. 
Board of Control 

By Julian Tackett 




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Chester Turner 



Frank Welch 



Chester Turner, Principal of Highlands High School in 
Fort Thomas, and Frank Welch, Principal of Belfry High 
School in Belfry were elected President and Vice 
President, respectively, of the Kentucky High School 
Athletic Association Board of Control at the July meeting 
of the Board of Control held at Lake Barkley State Park. 

Turner is certainly not a newcomer to administration or 
leadership positions having served as Principal at 
Highlands for the past fourteen years. He has been 
involved with administration and athletics while serving on 
many regional and statewide panels concerned with 
improving Kentucky's educational system. He has also 
served as President of the Kentucky Association of School 
Administrators and the Kentucky Association of 
Secondary School Principals. 

Now in the final year of his term on the Board, Turner has 
long been an advocate of the partnership between 
athletics and administration. He says, "I feel that the 
combination of classroom study and involvement in 
extracurricular activities is essential to a well-rounded 
education; however, we must keep in mind that the first 
priority must be academics." 

Turner originally sought a position on the Board 
because of a desire to contribute to the Association and to 
help his fellow member schools. He feels much of this 
desired improvement has occurred in the past three years, 
"We have begun to streamline and improve our inner 
Association communication, improved the Association 
magazine by providing more information, computerized a 
great deal of the office records and correspondence, 
improved the office physical plant, and we have become 
more sensitive in responding to the needs of the member 
schools." 

Turner doesn't have to look far to find the things he 
would like to do before he leaves office. "I would of course 
like to see us continue to improve our communication to 
our schools and to be ready and willing to address 
ourselves to the pertinent issues of the day. But my 
number one priority during my tenure as President is the 
election of female representatives to the Board of Control. 
This is needed and could do nothing but help the 
Association and its administration of Kentucky high 
school athletics. 



Turner earned his B.A. and M.A. degrees from Eastern 
Kentucky University following seven years of service in the 
United State Armed Forces. He later earned his Rank I 
Certification from Xavier University in Cincinnati. He and 
his wife Marjorie, have one son, Kevin, 24. 

Frank Welch. Belfry High School. The two have become 
almost synonymous, and it's easy to see why. The 
graduate of Fleming Neon High School began hiscareerat 
Belfry High School 28 years ago as a classroom teacher, a 
position he held for eight years. He was then named 
Assistant Principal at the school, serving for the next four 
years, before being named Principal. Sixteen years later he 
is still at Belfry, is in the third year of his term on the Board 
of Control, and is the newly elected Vice President of the 
Board. 

"I have always been proud of the fact I was elected to the 
Board," Welch commented, "but it is certainly a high honor 
and privilege to be elected Vice President. It is one of the 
greatest honors and achievements that I have been able to 
accomplish in my professional career simply because of 
the high regard I have for my fellow Board members." 

Welch is also quite candid about his goals and ideas for 
the Association during his tenure. "My primary objective is 
to work with the staff in trying to streamline and make more 
efficient and consistent, the sports officiating throughout 
the state," he said. "This would be a benefit to all of our 
member schools, and to our officials. I also agree with 
Chester in that we need to place women on our Board of 
Control, and we need to continue to address pertinent 
issues of the day as they arise." 

Welch also commented, "I certainly appreciate all of the 
staff members at the Association, and the school officials 
throughout the state for their cooperation and assistance 
as we try to accomplish our objectives." 

Welch received his B.A. from Pikeville College, his M.A. 
from Morehead, and his Rank I from Eastern Kentucky. He 
and his wife Geraldme, have two daughters, Melody, a 20 
year old senior at U.K., and Claud ine, a 16 year old junior at 
Belfry. 



NOTICE! 

November 3 is 

deadline for schools 

to enter teams 

in winter sports. 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR OCTOBER, 1986 



OCTOBER, 1986 VOL. XLIX, NO. 3 

Published monthly, except June and July, bythe Kentucky 
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Vice-President - Frank Welch (1984-1988) Belfry, 
Directors - Tom Buchanan (1985-1989) Eddyville, Sam 
Chandler (1986-1990) Shelbyville, Charles Miller (1986- 
1990) Louisville, Tony Olinger (1984-1989) Lexington, 
Grant Talbott (1984-1988) Owensboro, Ken Tippett (1985- 
1989) Versailles, David Webb (1983-1987) Brownsville, 
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TENNIS COMMITTEE 
MEETING MINUTES 



The Tennis Committee met on Tuesday, October 14, 
1986, at the K.H.S.A.A. Office in Lexington. Assistant 
Commissioner Brigid L DeVnes called the meeting to 
order at 1:30 p.m. Committee members present included 
Joe Kroh, Jeff Frisch and Wilson Sears. 

The first item on the agenda was a discussion of regional 
sites. Regional sites will be secured in the very near future. 

The committee reviewed the Regional Information sheet 
and made some revisions. In the case of a three way tie in 
points, the following tie-breaking procedure would be in 
effect: 

1. Total the most sets won for each team. 

2. If a tie still exists, total the most games won. 

3 If teams are still tied, total the least games lost 
The tie-breaking procedure for three-way ties will be in 
effect for the State Tournament also 

The next item for discussion concerned players eligible 
to score points toward team awards It was recommended 
that in order for schools to be eligible for the team awards, 
they must enter a full compliment of players to include two 
singles players and two doubles teams. This policy would 
apply to both regional and state tournaments and would be 
in effect for the 1986-87 school year. Tennis coaches have 
been sent information on this new-point system and are 
asked to respond to the Board of Control members in their 
area. This topic will be discussed at the November Board 
Meeting. 

The next agenda item was a discussion of the state 
seeding committees. Potential committee members were 
selected and will be notified by mail later on in the school 
year. The state seeding committee will meet in Lexington 
the Tuesday before the State Tennis Tournament. 



The State Tennis Tournament information was reviewed 
and some minor corrections were made on the information 
sheet. The same time schedule will be followed for the 
1986-87 tournament as last year. The dates of this years 
State Tournament are June 4-7, 1987, and is scheduled at 
the University of Kentucky. 

There being no further business, the meeting was 
adjourned. 



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TRACK AND FIELD 
RULES CHANGES 



In a continuing effort to make the sport safer for 
participants, the National Federation Track and Field 
Rules Committee has mandated the use of a common 
cover or pad for the pole vault landing surface. 

This was the major change made by the committee at its 
June 17-18 meeting at the National Federation 
headquarters in Kansas City. 

Beginning with the 1987 season, all individual units in 
the pole vault landing area must include a common cover 
or pad extending over all sections of the pit. 

Tom Frederick, associate director of the National 
Federation and editor of the track and field rules, said the 
change will prevent pole vaulters from falling through one 
of the sections of the pole vault pit and thus improve the 
safety of the event. 

Track and field is the third most popular sport for boys at 
the high school level, with more than 14,500 schools using 
National Federation rules involving approximately 450,000 
participants. The sport ranks second behind basketball for 
girls, with almost 14,000 schools providing track and field 
for 344,000 participants. In addition, high school rules are 
used forjuniorhigh competition, as well as youth and adult 
programs. 

Two changes regarding disqualification were 
announced by the committee. 

Rule 3-4-4 now will stipulate that any disqualified 
competitor must be notified of the disqualification, and 
Rule 4-5-6 expands disqualification for interference to 
field events. 

In other action, the committee voted to prohibit the use 
of gloves in relay events for any purposes. The committee 
also deleted the note in Rule 4-3-1 that recommended the 
inclusion of numbers on new uniforms and altered Rule 
35-2 to authorize flag signals instead of a whistle between 
the head finish judge and the starter 

The National Federation Track and Field Rules 
Committee also adopted a point of special emphasis 
regarding starting procedures for races of 800 meters or 
more. In races of these distances, runners now will move 
from a position behind the starting line up to the starting 
line on the first command of "runners set." When all 
runners are steady, the gun should be fired 

The committee also agreed that the 1988 and 1989 
officials manual should include recommended 
specifications for a discus throwing (safety) cage. 

Bruce Howard 
Publications/Communications Director 




THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR OCTOBER, 1986 



PAGE THREE 




WRESTLING COMMITTEE MEETING MINUTES 

October 17, 1986 



The following people were in attendance: Paul 
Underdonk, North Hardin; Jim Ploesser, Hopkinsville; 
Wayne Badida, Conner; Ray Webb, Frankfort; Orville 
Williams, Seneca; Larry Mann, Kentucky School for the 
Blind; Jay Phillips, Atherton; Billy Vandiver, AAU- 
Louisville; Louis Stout, Assistant Commissioner, 
Kentucky High School Athletic Association; Jack Cline; 
Western Hills. 

1. Mr. OrvilleWilliams indicated that he was resigning as 
manager of the state meet, effective immediately. 
With much regret, the committee accepted. 

2. A motion was made by Jim Ploesser that Larry Mann 
be the new manager of the state meet. Seconded by 
Jack Cline. Passed unanimously. 

3. A motion was made by Wayne Badida that Don Saly or 
be appointed director of the Kentucky High School 
Athletic Association Wrestling Rules Clinics. 
Seconded by Ray Webb. Passed unanimously. 

4. The 1986 Rules Clinics will be held on the following 
dates: 

November 1 - Frankfort - 1:00 P.M. 

November 8 - Conner - 1:00 P.M. 

November 15 - Hopkinsville - 1:00 P.M. 

November 18 - Kentucky School f/t Blind - 7:00 P.M. 

5. Mr. Stout introduced Mr. Bill Vandiver, who spoke 
briefly to members of the Committee. He explained 
that the Junior Olympic Wrestling Program in 
Kentucky will once again be under his direction and 
that competition will begin in March. Brochures will 
be forwarded to all wrestling schools in the near 
future. 

6. Mr. Stout indicated that due to the reduction in the 
number of wrestling schools, the state program may 
be in jeopardy. He reminded members of the Commit- 
tee that 15% of the member schools must participate 
in the state wrestling meet before the sport can be 
sanctioned by the Kentucky High School Athletic 
Association. 



7. Jim Ploesser brought up the discussion of returning 
the state meet to a two-day format. Mr. Stout respond- 
ed that the stance of Ms. McDonald and the State 
Department of Education was unchanged and that we 
should not expect any changes. 

8. The Committee decided that a letter should be written 
to Mr. Mills, requesting that the issue of a two-day 
state meet be placed on the agenda of the December 
Board of Control meeting. Larry Mann will write the 
letter. 

9. Mr. Mann will also write a letter to the principals and 
coaches of wrestling schools and encourage them to 
write letters to their Board of Control members sup- 
porting the return of the two-day state meet. 

10. The decision to allow filming in the district, regional 
and sectional meets will be decided by those meet 
directors. The state meet will be filmed by a Kentucky 
High School Athletic Association designee. 

1 1 . Voting on the Most Valuable Wrestler of the State 
Meet will be as follows: 

A. Three votes will be allowed to each of the six offi- 
cials of the State Meet. 

B. The eight district managers will have one vote 
each, for a total of eleven votes. It is recommended 
that district managers poll their schools for a listing 
of outstanding participants in their respective 
districts. 

12. A motion was made to invite Mr. Mills to assist in the 
awards ceremony at the state meet. Seconded by 
Wayne Badida. Passed unanimously. 

13. The members of the State Committee discussed plans 
to form a State Wrestling Coaches' Association. 

14 A motion was made by Louis Stout that the Most 
Valuable Wrestler Award at the State Meet be named 
the Orville Williams' Award in recognition of all the 
years that Orville has given to Kentucky high school 
wrestling. Seconded by Jack Cline. Passed unan- 
imously. 







VOLLEYBALL 
INFORMATION 



The K.H.S. A. A. will sponsor regional and state volleyball 
tournaments in October and November, 1986 The 
regional tournaments will be held during the week of 
October 20th and the State Tournament is scheduled for 
October 31 and November 1, 1986 at Fairdale High School 
in Louisville. 

The manager will be Assistant Commissioner Brigid L. 
DeVries. 

The region sites and teams assigned to each are listed 
below: 

Region 1 (at Fairdale High School)-Beth Haven, Butler, 
Doss, Evangel, Fairdale, Holy Cross, Holy Rosary, 
Pleasure Ridge Park, Shawnee, Southwest Christian, 
Valley, Western; 

Region II (at Iroquois High School)-Atherton, Central, 
Iroquois, Male, Manual, Mercy, Moore, Ninth & O, Portland 
Christian, Presentation, Southern; 



Region III (at Seneca High School)-Assumption, 
Ballard, Christian Academy, Eastern, Fern Creek, 
Jeffersontown, Ky. Country Day, Oldham County, Sacred 
Heart, Seneca, Waggener; 

Region IV (at Dixie Heights, St. Henry, and Holy 
Cross)Beechwood, Dixie Heights, Holmes, Holy Cross, 
Lloyd Memorial, Ludlow, Notre Dame, St. Henry, Scott, 
Simon Kenton, Villa Madonna; 

Region V (at Newport & Newport Central 
CatholicJBellevue, Boone County, Bishop Brossart, 
Campbell County, Conner, Dayton, Highlands, Newport, 
Newport Central Catholic, Walton Verona; 

Region VI (Sportsworld, Lexington)-Breathitt County, 
Ft. Knox, Oneida Baptist, Paul Blazer, Rowan County, 
Woodford County. 



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The Case For High School Activities 

INTRODUCTION 

There is a secret in America's high schools that need not be hidden any longer. The secret is that activities are not just a 
way to have fun or be with friends, they are a valuable educational tool. 

Many facts on this subject are contained in this document. From interscholastic sports to music, drama and debate, 
activities enrich a student's high school experiences. 

BENEFITS OF ACTIVITIES 

• Activities support the Academic Mission of Schools. They are not a diversion but rather an extension of a good educational 
program. Students who participate in activities programs tend to have higher grade-point averages, better attendance 
records, lower dropout rates and fewer discipline problems than students generally. 

• Activities are Inherently Educational. Activities programs provide valuable lessons on many practical situations — 
teamwork, sportsmanship, winning and losing, hard work. Through participation in activities programs, students learn 
selfdiscipline, build self-confidence and develop skills to handle competitive situations. These are qualities the public 
expects schools to produce in students so that they become responsible adults and productive citizens. 

• Activities Foster Success in Later Life. Participation in high school activities is often a predictor of later success — in 
college, a career and becoming a contributing member of society. 

Following are answers to a few frequently asked questions about activities participation. 
Q: Are there statistics that show the value of participating in high school activities? 

A: Yes, there are many. In 1985, the Natioanl Federation sponsored a national survey of high school principals and nearly 
7,000 high school students in all 50 states. The survey, funded by a grant from the Lilly Endowment in Indianapolis, was 
conducted by Indiana University in cooperation with the National Association of Secondary School Principals. Following 
are results of that survey: 

Survey of High School Principals 

• 95 percent believed that participation in activities teaches valuable lessons to students that cannot be learned in a regular 
class routine. 

• 99 percent agreed that participation in activities promotes citizenship. 

• 95 percent agreed that activities programs contribute to the development of "school spirit" among the student body. 

• 76 percent said they believe the demand made on students' time by activities is not excessive. 

• 72 percent said there is strong support for school activities programs from parents and the community at large. 

Survey of High School Students 

• A majority said that participating in school activities is a very important part of their high school education. 

• 63 percent said that activities contribute greatly to school spirit. 

• 65 percent said that activities helped to make high school much more enjoyable. 

Q. What evidence is there that students who are involved in activities make higher grades and have better attendance? 
A. Many studies have documented the link between participation in activities and higher grades/better attendance. Here are 
the findings of five groups: 

• Higher grade and better attendance are evident in students who participate in activities, according to a study by the 
Minnesota State High School League. The survey, involving more than 300 schools in the state, showed that the average 
student had a grade-point average of 2.68 (on a 4.0 scale). The grade-point average of student-athletes was 2.84, while 
finearts students (those active in speech, drama, music and debate) averaged 2.98. In attendance, the average student was 
absent 8.76 days a year Athletes were absent even less — 7.44 days. Fine arts participants were absent only 6. 94 days a year. 

• Being active in sports can help grades, according to a study by the Iowa High School Athletic Association. Results showed 
that on a 4.0 grade scale, students who do not participate in sports average 2.39. Those who are active in one sport average 
2.61, and those active in two sports average 2 82. 

• In Kansas, statistics compiled by the Kansas State High School Activities Association in 1982-83 confirmed the same 
findings: Students busy in activities programs get better grades and are absent fewer days. 

• A survey by the North Dakota High School Activities Association of 30 schools with varying enrollments revealed that the 
grade-point average for students in activities were 3.32 (on a 4.0 scale) while non-participants averaged 2.48. Further, 
participants missed an average of 4.9 days of school of which .7 was for activities while students generally missed about 10.8 
days per year. Finally, all responding schools reported that there was not one dropout who had participated in activities 
programs 

• Students participating in a number of activities not only achieve better academically but also express greater satisfaction 
with the total high school experience than students who do not participate, according to a survey conducted for the National 
Federation by Indiana University. The grade-point average for "high activity" students was 3. 05 on a 4.0 scale, compared to a 
grade-point average of 2.54 for "low activity" students. Researchers defined high activity as involvement in four or more 
activities, while low activity students were involved in one activity or none. 

Q: Do any studies indicate that student participation in activities helps in other areas? 

A: Yes, activities help both in students' attitudes toward self and school and in drop-out rates and discipline. 

• Besides higher grades, participation in activities helps students have a better attitude, according to a study conducted at 
the request of the Utah State Board of Education. In the study, students, parents, teachers and administrators agreed that 
being part of such activities serves not only as an incentive to do well in academic work, but it relieves tension and increases 
self-confidence. 

• In New York City, an increase of $2 million was given by the Board of Education for interscholastic activities for the 198586 
school year. Jack Kriegsman, supervisor of the New York City Public Schools Athletic League, said the increase was a result 
of "realizing the values of extracurricular activities in lowering the drop-out' rate" and the discovery of "the impact of 
athletics on the school-wide substance-abuse problem." 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR OCTOBER, 1986 PAGE FIVE 

• A report by the Kansas State High School Activities Association revealed that out of 7,098 students who dropped out of 
school during a one-year period, only about six percent were involved in activities programs. Stated another way, 94 percent 
of high school dropouts in Kansas were not enrolled in activities programs, indicating the "holding power" of activities in 
keeping students in school. 

• Similar results were obtained in an independent study by the National Federation of 14 school districts in seven regions of 
the nation. Again, the survey found that 96 percent of the dropouts in high schools surveyed were not participating in 
activities program. Twenty-nine percent of the schools surveyed reported that none of their dropouts were involved in such 
programs. 

Q: Do any findings indicate that being in high school activities is helpful after high school? 
A: Yes, three important surveys have supported this: 

• The American College Testing Service compared the value of four factors in predicting success after high school. 
"Success" was defined as self-satisfaction and participation in a variety of community activities two years after col lege. The 
one yardstick that could be used to predict later success in life was achievement in school activities. Not useful as predictors 
were high grades in high school, high grades in college, or high ACT scores. 

• The College Entrance Examination Board's Scholastic Aptitude Test was examined in much the same way. It was found 
that having a high SAT score did not necessarily indicate success in a chosen career. The best predictor of later success, the 
study showed, was a person's independent, self-sustained ventures. Teens who were active in school activities, had hobbies 
or jobs, were found to be most likely to succeed at their chosen profession and make creative contributions to their 
community. 

• A four-year study was made by the Educational Testing Service and the College Board. 

Beginning in 1979, 4,814 college freshmen were studied, 3,676 of whom graduated in 1984. The study concluded that 
participation in activities is a much better indicator of overall college performance than other yardsticks, such as 
preadmission interviews and the educational level of a student's parents. Based on the study's findings, one admissions 
dean at Colgate University said secondary school counselors "clearly can advise students as early as possible — in the 
eighth, ninth or tenth grades — to stick with an activity, to develop a skill." 

Q: What kinds of "lessons" are taught when a student participates in high school activities? 
A: They are varied, and they are valuable: 

• A recent article in the Colorado Springs (Colo.) Gazette quoted Juvenile Judge Matt Railey: "My clear impression is that 
juveniles or adults who were in organized athletics at the high school level . . . you just don't see many of them in the 
courtroom. 

"In athletics the kids are subjected to discipline, as opposed to the child who is not in athletics. The experience of learning 
to work together, the discipline and the learning how to sit on the bench helps to keep the kids out of trouble." 

As a presiding judge in El Paso County, Railey saw more than 6,000 youths in his courtroom. "No more than two or three 
percent had some involvement in athletics," he said. "There has to be some sort of correlation there." 

• An editorial in the Aberdeen (South Dakota) American News summarized the thoughts of John P. Kotter of the Harvard 
Business School. The editorial said in Kotter's opinion classwork "emphasizes the individual rather than the group; school 
rarely requires students to lead or direct others, and it enforces the message that a promotion is due every year." 

But in the real world, the editorial continued, "getting others to cooperate, leading others, coping with complex power and 
influence and people problems are at the heart of a lot of jobs, especially the well-paying jobs." 

There is a place where students can learn these abilities, and the editorial said that place is activities programs. 
Unfortunately, the editorial continued, people faced with budget constraints are apt to look first at cutting activities. Boards 
and taxpayers may want to rethink that position, it concluded. 

The National Federation of State High School Associations is a non-profit organization that serves as the national voice of 
high school activities. 

Headquartered in Kansas City, Missouri, the National Federation emcompasses 50 individual state high school athletic or 
activities associations, plus the District of Columbia. Also affiliated are scholastic organizations from 10 Canadian provinces 
and from the Republic of the Philippines, Okinawa, Guam and the Virgin Islands. 

The National Federation represents 12 million students in 20,000 high schools and serves coaches, sponsors, officials and 
judges in activities programs encompassing sports, speech, drama, music and debate. 

NATIONAL FEDERATION 
OF STATE HIGH SCHOOL ASSOCIATIONS 

11724 Plaza Circle, P.O. Box 20626 
Kansas City, MO 64195 — 816/464-5400 



SUPPORT SCHOOL ACTIVITIES 



NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL 
ACTIVITIES WEEK 
OCTOBER 19-26 




The National Mascot of High School Sports 

5 MCMLXXXIV WALT DISNEY PHOOUCTIONS 




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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR OCTOBER, 1986 



© 



1986-87 Certified 

and Approved 
Football Officials 



A large number of K.H.S.A.A. registered officials have 
qualified for the advance ratings of Certified and Approved 
as a result of the National Federation Part II Examination. 
Only officials receiving these higher ratings are eligible to 
work in the district and regional tournaments. Only 
K.H.S.A.A. approved or certified officials shall be used in 
games between sub-district and district winners. Only 
certified officials shall be used in all other playoff games. 



APPROVED 

R. Paul Addington 

David J. Arnold 

Custer Back, Jr. 

C.W. Begley 

Stephen W. Bishop 

Kenneth W. Blair 

Roy Bogar 

Joseph Boone 

Roger Douglas Brown 

Mark T. Calk 

Michael Cansler 

Jeffrey M. Carlberg 

Michael T. Carter 

Michael J. Cash 

Ira D. Combs 

Ronnie Day 

Joseph M. DeRosa 

Randall K Douglas 

Kenneth D Duft 

Jeff Eaton 

John Faulk 

Leon Fulbright 

Donald Gilmore 

James Michael Harris 

Jetfery Ray Harris 

James Dean Hollingsworth 

Thomas E. Holzknecht 

Donald M. Hudson 

Larry Orville James 

Steve Johnson 

Wayne Keen 

Curtis R. King 

Knox L Lewis 

John L Litton 

Richard D. Long 

Randy Maupin 

Jeff Maxwell 

Stan McAfee 

Thomas M Mclntire 

Douglas Miller 

Kevin Moore 

Charles Morgan 

Thomas E. Myers 

Tommy Perkins 

Billy R Perkins 

William R Poe 

Billy R Powell 

William R Prewitt 

Robert O. Puckett 

John H Quast 

David Santord 

Clifford L. Schmidt, Jr 

Shelby Southers 

James S Spurling 

Glen A Stikeleather 

Benjamin Truitt 

Fred Turner 

James B. Vernon 

Ronald Wilkerson 



CERTIFIED 

Michael LeeAshurst 
Gary S. Biyarski 
John W. Brown 
Michael H. Carden 
Joseph H Charles 
Kenn Clark 
Mark R. Conley 
William Cosby 
Chris Durbin 
Susan E. Egan 
Charles W. Ensslin 
Walter R, Estes 
Steven D. Gold 
Gary Harris 
John Hendon 
Charles A. Hughes 
Kenneth W. Johnson 
W. Lynn Johnson 
Spurgeon L Jones, Jr 
William A Klopp, Jr 
James G, Leonard 
Tony Martin 
Terry L McDonald 
David L McGinty, Jr 
Steven McGinty 
Thomas F. Miller 
Keith P. Morgan 
Ronnie Osborne 
James M Potter 
John E Snowden 
Julian Allen Taylor 
R. Steve Tinsley 
Andrew Vervilles 
Tom Waldrop 
Andre T Wallace 
Russell D White 
Larry Woolum 
Duane R. Youngren 



© 



APPROVED 

Brian Bolton 
Lynn D. Damron 
Mike Daugherty 
James J. Elliott 
David M. Jiulianti 
T. Michael Jones 
Duane F. Klug 
Patrick P. Lense 
Warren E. Manahan 
Phillip A. McClure 
Stephen R. Meier 
Jerry D. Necessary 
William D. Pearson, II 
Gordon Quisenberry 
John A. Royse 
Gary J Rue 
Andy V. Sisk 
Rankin D. Sinner 
Richard C. Thornton 
Joseph L. Ward 



1986-87 Certified 

and Approved 

Soccer Officials 

CERTIFIED 

Robert A. Altenkirch 
James E. O'Reilly 



© 



APPROVED 

Patricia A. Gravatte 
Ron Kordes 
Jack Pylmski 
Kathleen C. Russell 



1986-87 Certified 

and Approved 
Volleyball Officials 



CERTIFIED 

Nancy J. Barre 
Teri J. Brown 
Catherine M. Wesselinc 



SPECIAL NOTICES 

K.H.S.A.A. Handbook 

The Kentucky High School Athletic Association has 
printed a handbook for 1986-87. Included in the handbook 
is a calendar of events, a section on general information 
about the K.H.S.A.A., alistingof memberschoolsandtheir 
personnel, Constitution and By-Laws, Officials Handbook 
and Officials Directory. 

The Handbook is available to coaches, officials and 
other interested persons at a fee of $4.00 plus postage of 
$2.00 for one Handbook. Please send check or money 
order to Handbook, K.H.S.A.A., P.O. Box 22280, 
Lexington, Kentucky 40522. 




From The Commissioner's Office 



wmm®w@T\ 



CORRECTION TO SEPTEMBER NOTES AND QUOTES 

In the September, 1986 Notes and Quotes insert, the phone numbers for the 
new assigning secretary for the 10th and 11th regions were incorrect. The 
correct information is Larry Boucher, 206 Pin Oak Drive, Frankfort, 40601. 
Work Phone (502)564-4550, Home Phone (502)227-9976. 

PADDING REQUIREMENTS CHANGED FOR BASKETBALL BACKBOARDS 

Padding on rectangular backboards must meet new specifications as a result 
of action at the National Federation Rules Committee Meeting. Both the 
bottom front and the bottom back edge of a rectangular board must be padded 
up a distance of 3/4 of an inch with a minimum of 1 inch thickness. The 
bottom and side padding must continue to meet the current 2 inch thickness 
requirement. Schools should examine the padding on their backboards to be 
sure the proper thickness is being used. Inexpensive padding kits are 
available through sporting goods dealers to assist in conforming to this 
rule. One other note, the newly approved shorter backboard is optional, NOT 
required as some salesmen seem to be telling member schools. 

IMPORTANT NOTICE TO ALL KHSAA OFFICIALS 

Those officials registering in basketball and wrestling for this season 
should by now have received your rules books from the National Federation 
office. 



HOW ARE WE SUPPOSED TO KNOW? TELEPATHY? 

"I paid my registration fee for basketball and still haven't received any 
information or rules books. Why?," says the incoming call. "Have you moved 
since you paid your registration, or changed address for another reason?," 
we ask. "Well yes, I moved in July, but I thought you would find out." 
These kinds of calls come in each day from officials registered with the 
K.H.S.A.A., and illustrate vividly the need for the officials to keep the 
Association informed as to address changes, etc. Please remember to send 
the K.H.S.A.A. a change of address card if your address or other information 
changes for any reason. One other point of information, leaving a 
forwarding address with the post office does not insure the forwarding of 
non first-class mail. The K.H.S.A.A. has some 3,500 registered officials. 
Because of the volume of mailing, all mailings are done at Second Class or 
below. When you have an address change, only first class mail is forwarded 
unless you pay a special fee to the post office. Please keep this in mind. 



ADDITIONAL PADDING REQUIRED FOR POLE VAULT LANDING PADS 

Track schools which sponsor the pole vault will be interested to note that 
beginning in 1987, all pole vault landing pads will require front pads, 
extending from the main landing pad and surrounding the pole vault planting 
box. Rule 7-4-5 of the Track and Field Rules states that the front pad 
must: 1) Be a minimum of four feet deep, extending from the main landing pad 
towards the front edge of the planting box; 2) Have a maximum cut-out for 
the planting box of 36 inches, measured across the bottom of the cut-out; 3) 
Have the back of the cut-out placed no farther than 14 inches from the 
vertical plane of the top of the stopboard (end of planting box); 4) Be 
attached to the main landing pad or encased in a common cover with the main 
landing pad. Diagrams of the change are available from the Association 
office, and will probably be printed in next year's track rules manuals. 

N.H.S.A.C.A. AWARDS FOR 1985-86 

Representatives from Kentucky schools were honored recently by the National 
High School Athletic Coaches Association (NHSACA) for thl 1985-86 school 
year. 

Don Richardson, Baseball Coach from Madison Central was named National Coach 
of the Year, having ended the year with 756 career winds, and his third 
Coach of the Year Award. 

Rob Shoaf of Trinity, was named an All American in Cross Country following 
his second place finish in the All American Prep Cross Country Championships 
in June in Orlando, Florida. Shoaf finished the course in 15.31, just four 
seconds behind the winner. Eric Coffman of Franklin County, and John Kuper 
of Bishop Brossart also participated in the boys national meet while Wendy 
Eubanks of Franklin Simpson competed in the girls meet. 

Apollo graduate Rex Chapman and Sacred Heart graduate Susan Yates were part 
of a seven person group of prep athletes who participated in a special "Team 
up Against Drugs" rally in Washington, D.C. in August. 

In tennis, Scott Draud of Highlands, Taylor Robinson of Covington Catholic, 
along with Sarah Rowan and Dawn Brohman of Sacred Heart were named All 
American. Honorable mention recognition went to John Lankford of Sayre, 
John Meade and Tim Hal 1 igan of Trinity, Shannon Wilson and Dina Disney of 
Meade County, and Tina Cate of Tates Creek. 

Officers for the Kentucky High School Coaches Association for the coming 
year are President Wilson Sears, 1st Vice President Jimmie Reed of 
Washington County, 2nd Vice President Coy Meadows, 3rd Vice President Jack 
Morris of Mayfield, and Executive Secretary John Radjunas of Montgomery 
County. 

Several Participants received honorable mention All American status for 
Track. They are -- Bryan Veatch, Troy Dickey, Ceph Shontee, Chris Taylor, 
and Jon Thompson of Eastern, Kelly Floyd of Henderson, Jeff Gillooly of Holy 
Cross, Darnell Moore of Iroquois, Paul Hamilton of Jessamine County, Exavier 
Gregory of Knox Central, Ernest Thompson of Laurel County, Larry Jackson 
(continued on next page) 



NHSACA All Americans (continued) 

of Mayfield, James Johnson, David Jones, Edward Watson, and Randy Wyatt of 
Paducah Tilghman, Al Baker of Trigg County, Roby Shoaf of Trinity, and Matt 
Harnell of Warren East. Receiving All American recognition in girls' track 
were Donna Combs of Ballard, Sonia Warton of Eastern, LyDawn Rainwater of 
LaRue County, Megan Young of Montgomery County, Celia Tyson of Oldham 
COunty, Heather Marsh of Oneida, Shawn Higgs, April Moorman, Shawna Moorman, 
and Anna Tutt of Owensboro, Joannie Magrane of Rowan County, Andrea Coleman, 
Tresina Ezell, Sharise McCord, and Shaline Parr of Seneca, and Kim Goodwin 
of Western. 



A.C.T. TEST DATES FOR 1986-87 

With the implementation of NCAA Proposition 48, it is important to keep up 
with the test dates for the American College Testing Assessment (ACT test). 
For 1986-87 the schedule is as follows: 



Test Date 

10/25/86 

12/13/86 

02/07/87 

04/11/87 

06/13/87 



Regular Postmark Deadline 

09/26/86 

11/14/86 

01/09/87 

03/13/87 

05/15/87 



Late 



Deadl ine 

10/14/86 
12/02/86 
01/27/87 
03/31/87 
06/02/87 



IMPORTANT DATES FOR 1986-87 

The following are important dates for member schools participating in 
winter sports. 



Sport 



Wrestling 

Swimming 

Basketball 

non football 

football 



First 
Practice 



Oct. 15 

Oct. 1 

Oct. 1 

Oct. 15 



First Num. State 
Contest Games Finals 
Allowed (Tentative) 



Dec. 1 
Nov. 15 



4-23 Feb. 21 
15 Feb. 20/21 



Nov. 15 24 Mar. 21/28 
Dec. 1 24 Mar. 21/28 



CORRECTION TO WRESTLING CLINIC SCHEDULE 

The printed material concerning the wrestling clinics in the Handbook and 
the September Athlete was incorrect. The correct schedule for the wrestling 
clinics is as follows: 



November 1 Frankfort 1:00 P.M. 

November 8 Conner 1:00 P.M. 

November 15 Hopkinsville 1:00 P.M. 

November 18 Kentucky School f/t Blind 7:00 P.M. 



REMINDER TO FOOTBALL SCHOOLS 

A referendum distributed to the schools in the spring passed by a vote of 
118-55. The referendum stated that the first legal playing date for 
football was eleven weekends prior to the first round of the playoffs, and 
that practice for football could not begin prior to August 1. This makes 
the first valid playing date in 1987 August 21. Keep this in mind in 
making out your schedules. Please remember to inform the office as to open 
dates. This is also important due to the fact that the new alignment plan 
for football is to be implemented effective with the 1987 season. 

With the new alignment, and the additional week in which to schedule games, 
it is important to list open dates as soon as possible. At this time, we 
have the following open dates -- 

October 23, 1987 - Glen Oak High School in Canton, Ohio, is desperately 
seeking an opponent for this date. The approximate 10-12 enrollment is 
1600. If you are interested, contact Ralph Ciccarelli, Athletic 
Administrator, at (216)492-7455. 

August 21, 28, September 4, October 9 - Bullitt East High School is seeking 
opponents for these dates. Contact Coach Keith Collins at the school. 



OPEN DATES FOR BASKETBALL SCHOOLS 

The following are the open basketball dates for the upcoming season 
according to information which has been turned in to the office. If any of 
these dates have been filled, please notify the office by phone or in 
writing. 

University Heights, Hopkinsville, has several open dates in December, 

January and February. Please contact Roy Woolum (502)886-0254. 
Harrodsburg is looking for one team for the Fort Harrod Tournament, to 

be held December 4 through 6. Contact coach Welty, Harrodsburg, 

(606)734-3655. 
Southern girls' team would like to play in a Christmas tournament 

after school lets out for Christmas on December 19. Contact Jim Watkins, 

A.D., (502)454-8439. 
Clinton County needs girls games throughout the season. Contact 

Wendell Castle (606)387-5569, or 7031. 
Boone County needs one team for its Recorder Classic Tournament, to be 

held during February 4 through 7, 1987. Contact Nell Hensley at 

(606)283-2795, or 331-7578. 
Gallatin County needs a team for an 8 team tournament to be held 

December 4 through 6. Contact Jim Hinsdale, A.D., at Gallatin County. 
Elliott County will be attempting to field a girls' basketball team 

during this school year. Contact Coach Terry Puckett at (606)738-6043 or 

(606)738-5225. 
Clark County needs girls basketball games on January 15 and February 9 

for this season. Contact Harry Dinsmore at (606)744-6111. 
Greenup County needs one girls team for its Jesse Stuart Memorial 

Tournament to be held December 17 and 18. Contact Dan Mercer at 

(606)473-7705. 



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PAGE SEVEN 



(Continued from Inside Cover) 



A lot of people talked about Len Bias because of the way 
he died. The Ail-American basketball player was killed by 
cocaine the week he had been drafted No. 1 by the Boston 
Celtics. The kid was about to become a millionaire. He was 
said to be a born-again Christian. 

And there he was, dead. Killed by the killer he never 
feared. A witness in the room that night said someone had 
pleaded with Bias not to take so much cocaine. 

The witness said Bias's last words were, "I'm a bad... 

"I can handle anything." 

Don't they know? 

Don't they know steroids can eat up their insides? Don't 
they know cocaine kills? 

The 6 a.m. philosophers at Snooky's had an idea. 

Russell remembers one man saying, "Messin' with that 
cocaine stuff is like stickin' your hand in a rattlesnake's 
mouth." 

Russell thought about that a while. 

He wanted to make the words come alive, the way a good 
head-butting can make your shaved scalp bleed and let 
your guys know you're serious about this game. Russell 
scoops up swamp water from a mosquito ditch at his 
practice field. He calls the ditch Beautiful Eagle Creek. For 
road games, he sprinkles the water in the end zone, to 
make his guys feel at home. You give 'em something real. 

"Talking to Snooky's 7:30 group of philosophers," 
Russell said, "I wondered how I could get my hands on a 
rattlesnake. By the time I got to the office — well, people 
are anxious to help. They told me to call over to Claxton." 

They have a rattlesnake roundup at Claxton every fall. 

"Two fellas from Claxton brought me a rattlesnake in a 
cage, with one side mesh so you could see in there." 

Russell gathered his players for a team meeting. 

Like all coaches these days, he warned them about 
drugs. Len Bias had been warned. He had been tested. 
Russell spread baking powder on a table and told his 
players the white powder cocaine can kill you. Len Bias 
probably heard such a speech himself. 

Maybe Don Rogers also heard the rhetoric. The 
Cleveland Browns football player died a week after Bias. 
Cocaine killed him. He was about to be married. He was 
celebrating. He did cocaine. He died of a white powder he 
didn't fear. 

Russell called his players around the table with the white 
powder on it. He warned them. They listened. Maybe they 
even heard him. Maybe they didn't think he was just 
another old goat. Maybe the rhetoric made them afraid of 
cocaine. 

They certainly were made afraid by what came next. 

Russell said, "I turned to a door behind us and said, 
'Bring him in, boys.' " 

The boys from Claxton carried in their cage with the 
rattlesnake. 

That rattlesnake was singin', buzzin', and as soon as 
those boys got through the door, my players began to 
scatter," Russell said. "That snake was 5, 6 feet long. Abig- 
around snake. I'm talking a real rattlesnake." 

Russell told his players to come back closer to the table. 

The Claxton fellows took the rattlesnake out of the cage 
and dropped it buzzin' and writhing on the table. 

"They left it there just for a second, but people really 
scattered this time. I started backing up myself." 

Russell told the players to ask themselves two questions. 

"How many famous athletes have died recently of a 
rattlesnake bite?" 

Silence. 

"And how many have died of cocaine?" 

Len Bias. 
Don Rogers. 

Which doesn't count those who have played with the 
snake-cocaine and escaped for the moment. 



"My main point," Russell said, "was that everybody 
scattered and screamed when we brought the rattlesnake 
into the room. I told them, "when that white stuff comes 
into a room, you're not nearly as apt to leave as when that 
rattlesnake comes in. Look. They'll both kill you. If that 
white stuff comes into a room, you get out like it's a 
rattlesnake. Because it is.' " 

(Reprinted from Lexington Herald Leader) 



Target 



© 



1986 STATE SOCCER 
TOURNAMENT 



1. Reg. 4 

LAFAYETTE 
Ocl. 27 
8:00 p.m. 

2. Reg. 1 

3. Reg. 3 


TATES CREEK 
Ocl. 28 
8:00 p.m. 


LAFAYETTE 
Ocl. 30 

6:00 p.m. 




LAFAYETTE 




BYE 










4. Reg. 2 


LAFAYETTE 
8:00 p.m. 


TATES CREEK 


8:00 p.m. 


TATES CREEK 
Ocl. 28 
6:00 p.m. 


5. Reg. 8 


6. Reg. 9 






BYE 




BYE 




7. Reg. 6 


LAFAYETTE 
Oct. 28 

6:00 p.m. 




BYE 


LAFAYETTE 
Ocl. 30 

8:00 p.m. 




8. Reg. 11 






9. Reg. 7 




TATES CREEK 




6:00 p.m. 


LAFAYETTE 
Ocl. 28 
8:00 p.m. 




10. Reg. 5 




11. Reg. 12 






LAFAYETTE 
Ocl. 27 
6:00 p.m. 









12. Reg. 10 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR OCTOBER, 1986 




1986-87 NATIONAL FEDERATION SOCCER 

RULE INTERPRETATIONS 

PART I 



PUBLICATION CORRECTION 
Rule Book 

Page 53— SITUATION 12-8-10; in the last sentence of the situation, add the 
word "violently" before "fouls." In the Ruling, add "violently" to the end of the 
sentence, 

SITUATION #1: Player A1 is disqualified for foul and abusive language The 

Goalkeeper B1 changes places with Teammate B2 who is in the game at the 

time of the disqualification of A1 The official is notified and both B1 and B2 

become properly dressed 

RULING: Legal. The clock is stopped for the disqualification. When the clock 

is stopped, one of the players on the field may change places with the 

goalkeeper (3-3-8) 

SITUATION #2: Team A shows up for the game dressed in proper soccer 

uniforms with all players wearing shorts over sweat pants. However, the sweat 

pants are hemmed above the knees The referee refuses to allow Team A to 

wear the sweat pants and instructs the coach to return to the team bus or other 

appropriate area to have them removed 

RULING: Legal Sweats are allowed to be worn properly for warmth. To 

achieve warmth, the rules committee has interpreted they must be at least 

knee length (4-1-1a) 

SITUATION #3: Team A comes on the field to start the game with eight players 

wearing blue sweat pants Six players have the pants under their uniform 

shorts and two have them over their uniform shorts (a) The referee does not 

allow the two players wean ng sweat pants outside to play, (b) The referee does 

not allow any of the eight players to play. 

RULING: In (a) legal, (b) illegal The six with sweat pants all alike and under 

their uniform meet the standard and should be allowed to play It is not 

necessary for any certain number of players to wear sweats. Only that all 

players wearing them shall do so properly (4-1 -1 a) 

SITUATION #4: Player A1 is allowed to enter the game with a plaster cast on 

his wrist, (a) not padded, (b) heavily padded with soft foam rubber. 

RULING: In (a) and (b) illegal (4-2-1c) 

SITUATION #5: Player B1 is sent off the field by the referee because B1 is 

wearing illegal equipment The coach of Team B requests permission to 

substitute for B1 The official permits the substitution. 

RULING: Illegal. (4-2-4) 

SITUATION #6: As the officials enter the field of play, the head referee 

observes two opposing players swearing at each other and the referee 

disqualifies both from further participation in the game 

RULING: Legal The official's jurisdiction begins when they enter the field of 

play (5-1-2) 

SITUATION #7: The referee issues a yellow card to Player A1 . He then notifies 

the coach of Team A. the official scorer and other officials 

RULING: Proper procedure It is necessary that the coach, scorer and other 

officials know which player received the caution (5-3-1. 6-3-2c) 

SITUATION #8: The league tournament committee establishes a procedure 

that the official time be kept on the stadium clock until the last two minutes of 

each period At that time, the stadium clock is to be stopped and the remaining 

time kept on the field by (a) the head referee, (b) a designated official scorer 

who counts down and calls to the nearest official the last 10 seconds of each 

period. 

RULING: Legal in both (a) and (b). (6-2) 

SITUATION #9: After the completion of a tie game and prior to the two 10- 

minute overtime periods, the opposing coaches agree to conduct a penalty 

kick tie-breaker to determine the winner if the game remains tied after the two 

overtime periods 

RULING: Illegal A tied game may only be resolved by not exceeding two 

overtime periods of 10 minutes each, excluding tournament play (7-3-1) 

SITUATION #10: At the taking of a kick-off by Team A. a member of Team B 

encroaches into the center circle. The head referee stops play and awards 

Team A another kick-off. 

RULING: Legal All players from Team B shall be at least 10 yeards from the 

ball until it is kicked forward its circumference of 27". (8-1-2) 

SITUATION #11: Player A1 extends her arms and grabs B1 impeding her 

progress The referee awards B a direct free kick 

RULING: Legal A1, with her arms extended, bodily contacted her opponent 

impeding her play. (12-3-1 Penalty) 

SITUATION #12: While in the air a player from Team A attempts to head the 

ball and a player from Team B intentionally charges him The head referee 

stops the game and awards a direct free kick to Team A 

RULING: Legal A fair shoulder charge requires both players to have at least 

one foot on the ground (12-4-1. 13-2-1h) 



SITUATION #13: The goalkeeper takes a step while holding the ball and then 

rolls the ball to a teammate within the penalty area. The ball is played back to 

the goalkeeper who then takes four more steps. 

RULING: Illegal. The ball shall leave the penalty area before a goal keeper may 

retake possession of the ball after it has been played by a teammate. (12-7-1) 

SITUATION #14: The coach of Team A is disqualified by the head referee for 

using foul language and is directed to leave the vicinity of the playing area The 

coach goes to the bleachers and continues contact with team members. The 

referee reminds the coach that this is a violation of the rules and he/she is to 

leave the area without further contact with his/her players. The coach refuses 

on the grounds that no one is remaining to supervise the team. The referee 

then terminates the game. 

RULING: Legal (12-8-3) 

SITUATION #15: Team A has the ball in the penalty area of Team B. The coach 

of Team B uses foul language and the official immediately stops play, ejects 

the coach and awards a penalty kick to Team A. 

RULING: Illegal A penalty kick may only be awarded when a direct free kick 

foul is intentionally committed by a defender inside his own penalty area (14- 

1-1). Any unsportsmanlike act by bench personnel may only result in the 

award of an indirect free kick taken from the location of the ball at the time of 

the violation (12-8-4 Penalty) 

SITUATION #16: The goalkeeper for Team A takes more than four steps while 

in possession of the ball before releasing the ball into play The official awards 

Team B an indirect free kick from the spot of the infraction, which is less than 

ten yards from the goal line Team A lines up on the goal line between the goal 

posts to defend the free kick 

RULING: Legal (13-3-1) 

SITUATION #17: After awarding a free kick, the official tosses the ball to the 

point of the foul and before the ball stops rolling, a player takes the free kick. 

RULING: Illegal. The ball shall be kicked while it is stationary on the ground. 

(13-3-2) 

SITUATION #18: A player who is standing in his own penalty area spits on an 

opponent who is standing just outside the penalty area. The official awards a 

penalty kick and the player is ejected 

RULING: Legal. The infraction occurred within the offending team's penalty 

area A player shall be ejected for spitting, (14-1-1, 12-8-2b) 

SITUATION #19: Team A is awarded a penalty kick A1 kicks the ball two yards 

in a forward direction from the point of the penalty kick. Teammate A2 enters 

the penalty area and kicks the ball into the goal. 

RULING: Legal (14-1-5) 

SITUATION #20: Player A1 is taking a penalty kick and the ball hits the 

goalkeeper in the leg bouncing back to player A 1 who shoots the ball into the 

goal 

RULING: Legal. (14-1-5) 

SITUATION #21 : Player A is taking a throw-in As the player starts to throw the 

ball in, he moves up the touch line 4 or 5 yards from where the ball went out and 

makes the throw-in. 

RULING: Illegal. (15-1-3) 

SITUATION #22: Player A takes a throw-in and then runs onto the field and 

plays the ball before anyone touches the ball 

RULING: Illegal (15-1-4) 

SITUATION #23: While making a throw-in, player A1 steps on the touchline as 

the ball is properly released 

RULING: Legal (15-1-3) 

SITUATION #24: As a goalkeeper prepares to take a goal kick and pass the ball 

to a teammate just outside the penalty area, an opponent enters the penalty 

area and stands between the goalkeeper and his teammate. 

RULING: Illegal Players opposing the kicker shall remain outside the penalty 

area until the ball moves out of the penalty area. (16-1-2) 

SITUATION #25: Team A is awarded a goal kick. Player A places the ball on the 

ground inside the goal area and begins to run out of the penalty area. Player B 

kicks the ball which hits Player A and deflects into the goal of Team A. The 

official awards a goal to Team B 

RULING: Illegal A goal may not be scored because the ball failed to leave the 

penalty area and enter the field of play The goal kick shall be repeated. (16-1- 

3) 

SITUATION #26: A player takes a corner kick, and he kicks the ball straight 

over the goal line The ball never enters the field of play. The officials rule the 

ball never went into play and awards another corner kick 

RULING: Illegal The ball is kicked from the corner area which is inside the 

field of play When the ball goes over the goal line it is leaving the field of play. 

and a goal kick must be awarded to the opponents (17-1-3, 16-1-1) 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR OCTOBER, 1986 



PAGE NINE 




1986 NATIONAL FEDERATION FOOTBALL 

RULE INTERPRETATIONS 

PART I 



SITUATION #1: Team A players break from their huddle and take normal 
positions A1 takes a position with his hands under the snapper. A1 then slowly 
withdraws his hands and shifts to a new position in the backfield A1 is set for at 
least 1 second before the snap. 

RULING Legal procedure. Even though A1 had his hands under center he is 
not prohibited from shifting or going in motion However, his movement must 
be such that it does not stimulate the start of a play. (7-1-2; 7-2-4) 
SITUATION #2: A1 breaks free on B's 20-yard line and is near the goal line on a 
run which will score the go-ahed touchdown Just before entering the end 
zone, A1 turns and taunts B1 Time in the 4th period expires during the run. 
RULING: The touchdown is scored and the unsportsmanlike foul by A1 cannot 
be penalized While such situations do not occur frequently. It must be 
recognized that at some point penalty enforcement is ended. (3-3-3; 10-4-4d) 
SITUATION #3: It is 4th and 6 for Team A from their own 40-yard line Team A 
initially sets in a scrimmage kick formation with number 83 as an interior 
lineman and four other linemen numbered 50-79 Prior to the snap. B1 
encroaches. The penalty is administered leaving Team A only 1 yard to go for a 
1st down Team A now lines up with number 83 on the end of the line and 
through substitution has five interior linemen numbered 50-79, Number 83 
goes downfield and catches a touchdown pass 

RULING: A legal play The dead ball encroachment foul allowed Team A to 
cancel the use of the numbering exception and to use number 83 as an eligible 
receiver The numbering exception is cancelled, or must be renewed, 
following a dead ball foul, a T V. or charged time-out, the end of a period, or an 
official's time-out (7-2-1a Exp ) 

SITUATION #4: Does the scoreboard horn signify the end of a period as in 
basketball or does the period end when the down ends' 5 
RULING: The period ends when the down ends No signal shall be sounded 
while the ball is alive if time expires during the down A signal may be sounded 
after the down has ended to indicate that the period has ended (3-3-2) 
SITUATION #5: During an apparent field-goal attempt, placekick holder K1 
has one knee on the ground at the snap K1 muffs the snap from center but is 
able to recover without lifting his knee off the ground. Potential kicker K2, 
rather than kicking the ball, steps forward and takes the ball from K1. K2 then 
advances 

RULING: The ball became dead immediately when K2 took the ball from K1 
The only way the ball can be earned by K2 in this situation is for K1 to rise off 
his knee(s) and hand the ball to K2. Obviously, K2 could recover the muff and 
advance, but only the holder can rise with the ball in possession from his 
position with a knee(s) on the ground. (4-2-2a Exp.) 

SITUATION #6: Runner A1 is beyond the line and is being tackled by B1. A1 
attempts tohand the ball forward to A2A2 is able to touch the ball but cannot 
get possession and it falls to the ground. B1 recovers and advances Was the 
covering official correct in dropping his penalty marker for illegal forward 
handing by A2 9 

RULING: The official was in error. Handing involves transferring possession 
from one player to a teammate In this case, even though A1 tried to hand the 
ball forward, it is not a foul unless the act was completed. The result was simply 
a fumble 

SITUATION #7: KVs free kick is high and long. R1 attempts to catch the kick 
on his 5-yard line but it hits the ground and bounces high into the air. K2 jumps 
to secure possession and is able to grab it while over the field of play but his 
first contact with the ground is in the end zone. The ball has broken the plane 
of the goal line. 

RULING: Touchback R's ball 1st and 10 from the 20-yard line K2 did not catch 
the ball until he came down The instant the ball touched anything behind the 
goal line plane it was a touchback. (2-3-1; 8-5-3a) 

SITUATION #8: It is 4th and 6 from the 50-yard line. KVs punt goesstraight up 
in the air. While the kick is still in flight behind the line, R1 gives a fair catch 
signal and catches the kick Is the signal illegal or in valid and may R1 advance 9 
RULING: The signal is not invalid or illegal, however, because a fair catch 
signal was given, R1 may not advance as the ball is dead as soon as any 
receiver catches or recovers the kick. Also, even though R1 caught the kick it is 
not a fair catch as it was made behind K's line (2-3-2; 4-2-2g) 
SITUATION #9: KVs 4th down punt is caught by R1 on his own 8-yard line. In 
order to get some blocking, R1 delays his run by circling back into his own end 
zone R2 clips K2 on R's 4-yard line while R1 is in the end zone. The covering 
official inadvertently sounds his whistle when the clip occurs 
RULING: If K accepts the penalty it results in a safety If K declines the penalty, 
R has a choice of accepting the results of the play or a replay as R1 was in 
possession at the time of the whistle. Acceptance of the play would also result 
in a safety as R1 carried the ball into his own end zone and it became dead 
there in his team's possession (4-2-3; 8-5-2a) 



SITUATION #10: K1 free kicks from his own 40 with 4 seconds left to play in the 
4th period. K2 uses hands illegally prior to R1 catching the kick and returning it 
to R's 35-yard line Time for the period expires during the down The penalty 
for K2's foul is accepted The period is extended with an untimed down. K1 just 
barely kicks the ball off the tee and K2 immediately falls on it. 
RULING: The game is over. The first touching by K2 is not a foul and the play 



does satisfy the requirem 
(3-3-3a; 6-1-7) 
SITUATION #11: K1 is in 
K1 muffs the snap from c 
down. K1 is not real sure \ 
before the tacklers get to f 
line of scrimmage What 
RULING: A scrimmage k 
kick from beyond the line 
yard penalty is where KV< 
is declined the situation i 



nts of extending the period with an untimed down 



the kicking position in a sc 
enter and decides to run ir 
vhere the line of scnmmagi 
iim. KVs punt is made from 
is the infraction and how i 



immage kick formation 
an attempt to gain a 1st 
is and punts the ball just 
spot 2 yards beyond the 
it penalized? 



k is a legal kick from behind A's snmmage line. A 
5 an illegal kick The spotofenforcementforthe 15- 
r un ended — where he kicked the ball If the penalty 
treated as a fumble (2-17-1. 9-7-1. 10-3-1b) 



SITUATION #12: During the last timed down of the third period, K1 commits 

fair catch interference during a scrimmage kick. R elects to accept an awarded 

fair catch but does not want the distance enforced as they wish to attempt a 

record distance field goal by free kick Also, they wish to change ends as the 

wind would help a long kick from the opposite direction. 

RULING: The period is extended with an untimed down even though the 

distance penalty is declined. Accepting the awarded fair catch is considered 

acceptance of the penalty. R does not have a choice of which direction they 

will kick — the third period is extended with an untimed down before goals are 

changed 

SITUATION #1 3: A1 is in a position at the snap which is neither on the line of 

scrimmage or in the backfield. The position of A1 is inside that of end A2. 

Following the snap, both A1 and A2 go downfield A1 catches the forward pass 

for a 20 yard gain 

RULING: A1 has committed a multiple foul. A Vs original position is illegal. He 

is also an ineligible receiver. A1 is guilty of both being illegally downfield and 



committing pass mterfen 
(2-18; 7-2; 7-5-6b) 
SITUATION #14: Team , 
referee takes an official'; 
being given, the Team A < 
stay in the game at the c 
RULING: The request is 
The charged tir 



ice when he goes downfit 



nd touches the pass. 



; not alte 



ack A1 

nd sign* 
anted a > 
3f the tir 
must be replaced for at least 
this requirement. (3-5-5f. 7) 



> injured during the down The 
s to the team box While aid is 
harged time-out A1 requests to 



SITUATION #15: A time-out is requested by A1 who advises the referee that 
his coach wishes to have a conference to review the last play May one team 
member go to each sideline during the referee-coach conference 9 
RULING: Yes All privileges of a regular charged time-out exist during a 
referee-coach conference. Team A is charged with a time-out when the 
conference request is made The time-out remains charged unless it results in 
a change because of misaaphcation of a rule (3-4-2c) 
SITUATION #16: On 4th and goal, the ball is declared ready with the foremost 
point just touching the 6-yard line AVs pass is incomplete and B takes over 
The referee places the ball in line with the down box as it was prior to the pass. 
The new foremost point of the ball is just touching the 6-yard line 
RULING: The ball has not been spotted properly After an incomplete 4th 
down pass, the ball should be placed as it was to start the down. Team B 
actually gains the length of the ball and the down box must be moved the 
length of the ball to reflect this. (5-3-3b) 

SITUATION #17: Immediately after the snap, B1 illegally contacts snapper A2 
with his forearm The contact occurs as quarterback AV (a) moves behind the 
line and pitches back to A3; or (b) hands the ball to A3 In both situations A3 
runs for a 20-yard gain 

RULING: In (a) the foul occurred during a loose ball play A backward pass is a 
loose ball play and includes the run that preceded it If the penalty isaccepted 
it would be enforced from the previous spot. In (b) the foul occurs during a 
running play and if accepted will be enforced from the spot where A3's run 
ended (10-3-1a3, b) 

SITUATION #18: KVs punt on 4th and 25 from his own 30-yard line lands on 
R's 40 after which it is muffed by K2 R1 then muffs the kick and it is finally 
recovered by K3 at R's 30-yard line After the muff by R1. R2 clips K2. 
RULING: K may retain possession by declining the penalty for R2's clip R may 
not take the ball at the spot of first touching by K2 as R1 touched the ball and 
R2 fouled thereafter If K accepts the penalty it is enforced from the previous 
spot (6-2-6: 10-3-1a1) 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR OCTOBER, 1986 




1986-87 NATIONAL FEDERATION VOLLEYBALL 

RULE INTERPRETATIONS 

PART I 



PUBLICATION CORRECTIONS 
Rule Book 

Page 29 - 

boundary li 



offic 



9-10-1 (e) should read, "a wall or floor obstacle within 6 feet of a 
e. or an official anywere in the playing area, in the judgment of the 



( Book 

Page 57 - 



-2 Situ 



should be 2-3-4 Situatio 

Page 69 — 9-3-3 Situation E should read, ".. spiking I 

ball for the team's third hit when it is partially above. " 

Page 71 — 9-5-1 Situation G — Change CB to CF. 

Page 72 — 9-7-2 Situation A — Ruling (a) "Illegal, ov 



-the 



net foul;" 
let, the ball 



SITUATION #1: After simultaneous contact by opponents at the 

rolls along the top of the net and hits the antenna. 

RULING: Replay. (2-2-1b. 9-10-1) 

SITUATION #2: Play on adjacent Court B has been completed and no further 

play is scheduled on that court. During the next match on Court A Team A hits 

the ball into Court B on their side of the net Team A is permitted to play the 

ball 

RULING: Correct procedure provided the ball is legal in all other respects. 

COMMENT: Both teams should have been advised during permatch 

conference that Court B would be a playable area since it was no longer 

scheduled for play. (2-2-1d) 

SITUATION #3: Team A causes the ball to hit a basketball goal on their side of 

the net. The goal is folded back against the wall The official blows the ball 

dead 

RULING: Incorrect procedure A basketball goal, even though it is folded 

back, is not considered "flush against the wall " (2-3-1, Points of Emphasis. 

page 37) 

SITUATION #4: A player on Team A has on an ankle bracelet which has been 

covered up by the player's sock During the second game, the umpire notices 

the jewelry, charges Team A with unnecessary delay: then assesses a time-out 

and gives them the 60 seconds 

RULING: Correct procedure. 

COMMENT: The player must remove the bracelet before she is allowed to stay 

in the game If Team A has used all its time-outs for game two, point or side-out 

would be awarded the opponents (4-1-6, 9-1 1-1 g) 

SITUATION #5: Team A arrives for the match with 3-inch high numbers on the 

front of the uniforms and 4-inch high numbers on the back of the uniforms 

One penalty point or side-out is assessed at the beginning of the first game 

only 

RULING: Correct procedure. 

COMMENT: All players from Team A may then play in the match without 

further penalty for their illegally sized numbers (4-2-1 , 9-9-PEN 2) 

SITUATION #6: The visiting coach requests a check on the air pressure of the 

ball (a) during a dead ball of the first game; (b) between games: or (c) during a 

dead ball of the third game 

RULING: All are legal 

COMMENT: The referee can penalize excessive requests to check the ball (5- 

3-3a) 

SITUATION WT: The referee ovrerrules an "out" call by a line judge 

RULING: Legal. (5-3-3a) 

SITUATION #8: When verifying the score of the first game, the umpire shall 

locate the fifteenth point in the running score and sign the scoresheet 

RULING: Incorrect procedure 

COMMENT: The umpire checks to see that the indi\ 

score for both teams are correct; then the referee v€ 

3c(14), (5-4-3C (10), Officials Manual, pp. 13 and 17) 

SITUATION #9: Following the end of the match, the umpire verifies the score 

by signing the scoresheet 

RULING: Incorrect procedure 

COMMENT: The referee verifies the score and signs the scoresheet. (5-3-4a) 

SITUATION #10: Three players on the serving team, while attempting to 

switch positions, stand upright and grouped near the net in the center of the 

court The served ball goes directly over the group and the CBonthe receiving 

team cannot see the flight of the ball 

RULING: Screening, side-out (6-4-1) 

SITUATION #11: Three players on the serving team, attempting to switch 

positions, stand in an upright position grouped near the net in the center of the 

court The served ball travels down the sideline to the LB of the receiving team 

RULING: Legal. (6-4-1) 



SITUATION #12: At the moment of the serve, the referee observes two 

members of the serving team unintentionally blocking an opponent's view of 

the server. 

RULING: Screening; side-out 

SITUATION #13: Team A arrives at the match exactly at the time the match is 

scheduled to begin They win the toss and decide to serve first The referee 
inecessary delay penalty against Team A (side-out and Team A 
time-out and given the 60 seconds) Team B is then awarded a 

point because Team A had not submitted their roster and lineup in time. 

RULING: Correct procedure (7-2-PEN 1. 9-11-1. 9-11-PEN 1) 

SITUATION #14: The audio and visual signals for service have been given. The 

served ball hits a teammate The referee signals "illegal hit"; then signals "side- 



RULING: Correct procedun 



l-2-7b) 



SITUATION #15: A player serves the ball into the net The referee signals "net 
foul", then signals "side-out " 
RULING: Corerct procedure (8-2-7c) 

SITUATION #16: After the ball is blown dead, the referee notices that the CB 
on the receiving team was a blocker at the net 
RULING: Back line player fould; point. (9-3-3a) 

SITUATION #17: A player on the receiving team makes a great save out-of- 
bounds, then falls into the bleachers as her teammate sends the ball towards 
the opponents court 

RULING: Ball is dead when the player enters a nonplayable area; point is 
awarded the serving team (9-4-4) 

SITUATION #18: As the LF of Team B attempts to block the third hit of Team 
A's, the RF of Team A jumps up and those two players contact the ball 
simultaneously above the net 

RULING: Fourth hit on Team A; point or side-out awarded Team B (9-6-PEN 
1) 

SITUATION #19: Blocker from Team A and spiker from Team B 
simultaneously hold the ball motionless above the top of the net on Team B's 
third hit 

RULING: Double foul; replay. (9-9-2, 9-10-1 i) 

SITUATION #20: At the end of a time-out. powder and water have to be 
cleaned up on Team As side of the playing court near the bench area. 
RULING: Team A is charged with unnecessary dealy. assessed a time-out and 
given the 60 seconds 

COMMENT: If Team A had no time-outs remaining in the game, point or side- 
out would be awarded their opponents (9-1 1 -1 a) 

SITUATION #21: Team A has only 7 players on their roster. A player is injured 
and the remaining player has already entered the game 3 times in another 
position The remaining player is allowed to substitute for the injured player 
RULING: Correct procedure. 

COMMENT: The injured player may not reenter the same game, but. if able, 
may play in subsequent games (10-3-3) 

SITUATION #22: During the same dead ball, two players from opposing teams 
who are not on their team rosters report for substitution 
RULING: Illegal substitutions Ther serving team 
receiving team The rosters are corrected and the 
teams have rotated one position (10-4-1b) 
SITUATION #23: A team delays its retu 
referee charges the team with unnecesss 
60 seconds 

RULING: Incorrect procedure The team 
out unless they have used both their timi 
out is then awarded the opponents (1 



-n to the floor after a time-out The 
ry dealy and does not give them the 

is given the 60 seconds for the time- 
le-outs in which case a point or side- 
-2-PEN 1) 



t the server begins the serve, a receiving team 



SITUATION #24: At the 

player yells, "Miss it " 

RULING: Unsportsmanlike conduct; side-out. (12-2-4a) 

SITUATION #25: The CF pushes off the LF's shoulder in order to |ump higher 

to play the ball 

RULING: Unsportsmanlike conduct; point or side-out. (12-2-4g) 

SITUATION #26: During a dead ball, a coach loudly questions a judgment call 

by an official 

RULING: Unsportsmanlike conduct; point or side-out (12-2-5) 



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PAGE ELEVEN 




1986-87 NATIONAL FEDERATION VOLLEYBALL 

RULE INTERPRETATIONS 

PART II 



SITUATION #27: The referee conducts a com toss prior to the third game of a 

3-out-of-5 game match 

RULING: Incorrect procedure 

COMMENT: The second toss would occur if a fifth game is necessary. (1-4-1 ) 

SITUATION #28: Team B's first team contact sends the ball into an adiacenl 

court which is scheduled for play. 

RULING: Out-of-bounds, point or side-out (2-2-1 d) 

SITUATION #29: Team A's second contact causes the ball to contact a 

basketball goal which is on their side of the net and 7 feet from the court. The 

referee whistles the ball dead and awards point or side-out to the opponents 

RULING: Incorrect procedure 

COMMENT: The ball remains in play unless the goal was over a nonplayable 

area (2-3-1) 

SITUATION #30: Team A's first hit causes the ball to lodge in the rafters above 

the bleachers which are: (a) 3 feet from the sideline: (b) 7 feet from the sideline. 

RULING: (a) replay; (B) out-of-bounds; point or side-out 



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COMMENT: The bleacher: 

(2-2-1d. 2-3-1) 

SITUATION #31: Prior to the 

at the ends 

RULING: Incorrect procedure 

COMMENT: Regulation height is set for mea 

(3-1-4.4-3-1(0) 

SITUATION #32: A player with no number 

number on the front and back of the unifor 

game; (b) attempts to enter before putting a i 

with a legal substitute from her own team. ; 

RULING: (a) Legal; (b) player may not ent 

unnecessary delay and penalized by point or 

number is not permitted to enter and if she r 

no further penalty is assessed (4-2-PENALTY NOTE) 

SITUATION #33: The referee blows the whistle and gives 

the serve The umpire stops play and gives the "delay of se 

second violation by the server 

RULING: Incorrect procedure; replay 

COMMENT: The referee is responsible for service violati 

SITUATION #34: During the game, the umpire thinks the 

several illegal hits Since the umpire thought the referee cc 



> 2-3-2 and 2-3-3 apply 
jures the height of the net 

nt at the center of the net 



) puts a tape 
n before attempting to enter the 
umber on the uniform; (c) along 
ttempts to enter the game 
:r and her team is charged with 
side-out; (c) theplayerwithouta 
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RULING: Correct procedure (5-5-3b) 

SITUATION #35: The visiting team calls the host school 30 minutes before t 

match is scheduled to begin and says they will be delayed because of a sic 

down on the highway. The start of the match is delayed by 30 minutes 

RULING: Legal 

COMMENT: There would be no delay penalty unless thevisiting team does r 

arrive in time to turn in their roster and lineup 10 minutes prior to the ni 



starting t 


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SITUATION #36: The server re 


:eives the refe 


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e serve 


contacts 


the ball after it hits a 


overhead obstructions or 


the toss 




RULING 


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the bencf 


area t 


stretch o 


ut before s 


instituting 


for a player in 


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RULING 


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COMMENT: This is an example of simultaneous fouls of more than one rule by 

members of the same team. (9-3-3(b). 9-9-1 (a)) 

SITUATION #39: During play, the ball rebounds off a player's head and goes 

over the net into the opponent's court The referee calls an illegal hit. 

RULING: Incorrect procedure (9-5-1) 

SITUATION #40: Team B's first contact with the ball is a block, followed by 3 



i hits. The referee charges the t 



nth 4 hits and awards point c 



iide- 



of the team's 2 allowable hits. (9-6- 



i one part of a player's body (above th 
spike which has been touched by 



iittedc 



a hard-driven spike only when 



RULING: Incorrect procedure 

COMMENT: A block does not count 

1a(2)) 

SITUATION #41: A ball rebounds fri 

waist) to another on a hard-drive 

teammate on an attempted block 

RULING: Double hit; point or side-< 

COMMENT: Multiple contacts are pi 

the bal has not been previously touched by a teammate (9-6-2c(1)) 

SITUATION #42: A player on the serving team makes a great save near the 

floor cables of the volleyball standards, then leans against the cables 

RULING: Legal 

COMMENT: The player did not gain an advantage since the contact was after 

the play on the ball, and it was not dangerous contact with the equipment (9-6- 

3, 9-8- 1(b)) 

SITUATION #43: The CF legally plays the team's second hit of a ball that has 

hit the bottom of the net and is partially over the center line 

RULING: Legal 

COMMENT: A player may play a ball under the net pn 

completely on the opponent's side of the net (9-9-7) 

SITUATION #44: The center forwards of both teams simultai 

ball above the net 

RULING: Double foul; replay 

COMMENT: Simultaneous fouls during live play by opposing playe 

double foul resulting in a replay (9-9-2, 9-10-1(h)) 

SITUATION #45: During a substitution by Team A, the player; 

huddle and are not ready to play when the substitution process 

The officials tell the team to get back in position to play 

RULING: Correct procedure 

COMMENT: If Team B does not get ready to play immediately, 

delay shall be assessed (9-1 1-1 (a)) 

SITUATION #46: The coach from Team A requests a substitut 

allowed Team B also substitutes during this same dead ball Just before the 

referee signals for the serve Team B requests another substitutions The 

officials do not recognize the request and the game continues 

RULING: Correct procedure 

COMMENT: If the coach persists in the request, assess an illegal substitution 

penalty: point or side-out awarded the opponets (10-1-1) 

SITUATION #47: A player from the Blue Team repeatedly throws the ball over 

the net and away from the server on the Red Team 

RULING: Unsportsmanlike conduct; award a point to the Red Team (12-1-1, 

12-2-4) 

SITUATION #48: When the score becomes 15-10 in favor of the Blue Team, the 

referee blows the whistle and makes the "end of game" signal, then extends 

his arms and points towards the team bench 

RULING: Correct procedure (Officials Manual, page 28) 



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1986-87 NATIONAL FEDERATION SWIMMING & DIVING 
RULE INTERPRETATIONS 



PUBLICATION CORRECTIONS 
Rule Book 

Page 13 — 3-5 Pen 2 — Change "race" to "event." 

Page 27 — 8-2-5b — Add. "except while executing a turn." 

Page 35 — 9-6-2(i) — To read. "..., sign the diving scoresheets making the 

diving results official." 
Page 44 — 3-2-3B — Ruling to read, "...In (a) and (b) " 

SITUATION #1: Timers stop their watches when the swimmer touches the side 

of the starting platform which is separate from but flush with the finish end wall 

of the pool 

RULING: Incorrect procedure 

COMMENT: The swimmer must touch the end wall when the race is manually 

timed (1-1-1. 8-2-1f. 8-2-2f. 8-2-3f. 8-2-4d. 8-2-5f) 

SITUATION #2: Prior to the contest, the host team's coach/athletic director 

informs the vistmg team coach in writing what specific aspects of the facilities 

do not meet rule specifications The visiting team's coach signs the contract 

without comment. 

RULING: The contract constitutes prior mutual consent to compete. (1-3-1 ) 

SITUATION #3: The visiting team coach protests the results of the meet 

because the water temperature in the pool was 84° F. 

RULING: Protest denied. 

COMMENT: The rules merely recommend that the temperature of the water be 

maintained between 78-82° F (2-6-2) 

SITUATION #4: In the absence of electronic timing equipment and being 

unable to get the starting gun to fire, the starter uses a whistle to start the race 

RULING: Legal 

COMMENT: The starting signal must be loud enough to assure a fair start. (2- 

7-8) 

SITUATION #5: In a dual meet in a 5-lane pool, the host team competes 3 

individuals in each event 

RULING: Illegal (3-1-2a) 

SITUATION #6: The host team has an 8-lane pool and instructs the visiting 

coach that they will use 6-lane scoring with lanes 1 and 8 used for exhibition 

RULING: Legal provided there is prior mutual consent and exhibition 

swimmers are permitted by the State Association (3-2-1 Note, 7-1-2) 

SITUATION #7: The lead-off swimmer in the medley relay commits two false 

starts. The relay team is disqualified from the event, and each member is 

considered to have competed in the event 

RULING: Correct procedure 

COMMENT: Once the final entry card is turned in (i.e. immediately after the 

results of the 100 yard breaststroke for the freestyle relay), all members of each 

relay team are considered to have competed in that event. (3-2-1) 

SITUATION #8: A swimmer has qualified for finals in the 200 IM, 100 

breaststroke and 400 freestyle relay. Prior to the start of the finals, her coach 

decides to scratch her from the 100 breaststroke so she can perform better in 

the 400 freestyle relay 

RULING: Illegal. 

COMMENT: Once officially entered, all competitors must compete in all heats 

and rounds of competition for which they have qualified except in cases of 

injury, illness or being disqualified by the referee. (3-2-4) 

SITUATION #9: Swimmers from the same team wear suits of different colors 

RULING: Legal 

COMMENT: Although the rule book recommends that swimmers from the 

same team wear uniforms of identical color and design, it is not required. (3-3- 

1) 

SITUATION #10: In a championship meet where the entry deadline is the day 

prior to competition, Team A is late arriving at the meet because of mechanical 

problems with their bus. Team A is permitted participate in the remainder of 

the meet even though they did not participate in all events for which they were 

entered due to the problems with their bus 

RULING: Correct procedure. 

COMMENT: The meet committee has the authority to waive rules in such 

unusual circumstances (4-1-1) 

SITUATION #11: The finish pads do not fit securely on the end wall due to the 

configuration of the gutters Consequently during turns on the backstroke, the 

pad slides and interferes with the swimmer in that lane 

RULING: The referee should order the race reswum. 

COMMENT: The touch pads could be removed from all lanes and manual 

timing used (4-1-3) 



SITUATION #12: During a nonchampionship meet, one of the lane ropes 

comes undone and interferes with the swimmers in lanes 2 and 3. The race is 

stopped and the referee directs the race to be reswum. 

RULING: Correct procedure. (4-1-3) 

SITUATION #13: Immediately after the completion of a race, but before the 

results have been announced, a spectator informs the referee that a swimmer 

competed in the wrong lane 

RULING: Unless the referee knows that to be true, the results stand. (4-2-2a, d) 

SITUATION #14: At the start of the 100-yard butterfly, the swimmer in lane 4 is 

not motion less when the starter activates the starting device. A false start is not 

called by the referee or the starter The swimmer in lane 4 wins the race and the 

coach of the second place finisher files a protest. The protest is denied and the 

results of the race stand. 

RULING: Correct procedure 

COMMENT: A swimmer may not be disqualified at the end of a race for a false 

start that neither the starter nor the referee have called (4-2-2c, f) 

SITUATION #15: The announcer fails to heed the referee's instructions on 



ivhen 



ilts. 



RULING: The referee should instruct the announcer again that results are 
announced immediately after the event. The referee shall notify the host 
team's coach/athletic director of the importance of the announcer following 
the referee's instructions. (4-2-2e) 

SITUATION #16: The host team's coach, without consulting with the visiting 
team's coach, declares that diving will be the first event 
RULING: Illegal, this requires prior mutual consent. (5-1-1. 1-3-1) 
SITUATION #17: In a championship meet, meet management decides to have 



: the I 



RULING: Legal only by State Association adoption (5-1-3) 

SITUATION #18: In a dual meet in a 4-lane pool, the host team decides to swim 

2 heats for each race and use 6-lanes scoring. 

RULING: Illegal (7-1-2a, b) 

SITUATION #19: The swimmer in lane 3 goes down very slowly on the 

command, " take your mark " The starter charges the swimmer with a false 

start 

RULING: Legal 

COMMENT: It is up to the discretion of the starter whether or not to call a false 

start or issue a warning (8-1-1. 8-1-3) 

SITUATION #20: During the start of a race, a take-off judge notices that a 

swimmer leaves the block before the starting signal and declares a false start 

RULING: Incorrect procedure 

COMMENT: Only the starter/referee may declare a false start. (8-1-3) 

SITUATION #21: In a pool using automatic timing equipment, a swimmer 

misses the finish pad but touches the gutter when finishing the 100-yard 

backstroke The 3 backup timers stop their watches when the swimmer 

touches the gutter, so their time is used for that lane. 

RULING: Incorrect procedure 

COMMENT: When automatic timing is used, a legal finish requirest touching 

the finish pad The backup timing is used only in cases of touch pad 

malfunction (8-2-K) 

SITUATION #22: During the 1st quarter of the individual medley, a swimmer 

does the crawl stroke with a freestyle kick and breaststroke pull The referee 

disqualifies the swimmer for an illegal stroke. 

RULING: Correct procedure. (8-2-5) 

SITUATION #23: During the freestyle relay, the third swimmer for Team A falls 

into the water before the second wimmer has completed his let of the relay 

The swimmer who falls into the water immediately gets out of the water 

without interfering with any other swimmer 

RULING: That relay team from Team A is disqualified (8-3-4) 

SITUATION #24: When it becomes his turn to dive, a diver refuses to dive 

because there is only 10 feet of water int he diving end of the pool. 

RULING: The diver is diqualified from the event. (9-1-1f) 

SITUATION #25: In executing Dive 5231 (Back 1": SS, V; Twist), the diver 

executes the somersault before the twist 

RULING: Legal 

COMMENT: While most divers execute the somersault first on Dive 5231 , it is 

legal to twist before somersaulting (Sections 7 and 8 of Rule 9) 

SITUATION #26: A diver goes to the board and hesitates to start the dive; then 

starts the dive but enters the water feet first on a head-first dive 

RULING: The diving referee may disqualify the diver for not making a sincere 

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by Dan Barreiro 
Dallas Morning News 

Three weeks after the cocaine- 
related deaths of Len Bias and Don 
Rogers, two young, exquisitely 
conditioned athletes who had 
everything to live for, shock and 
sorrow have dissolved into hope. Hope 
that the American athlete finally will 
awaken from his deep and tragic 
slumber. 

Hope that he will understand the 
ugly truth: Cocaine cannot . only 
destroy slowly, it can kill fast. 

So now, many are asking the 
question: Do the deaths of Bias and 
Rogers singal the end of a tragic era"? 

Calvin Hill, once a splendid football 
player and more recently a drug 
counselor for the Cleveland Browns, 
wants to believe the answer is yes. But 
he can't. Michael Stone, a doctor 
nationally known for his work in drug 
treatment centers, wants to believe the 
answer is yes. But he can't Harry 
Edwards, a prominent sports 
sociologist, would like to believe the 
answer is yes But he can't 

They say that the deaths of Bias and 
Rogers might mark the beginning of an 
era even more traumatic. 

They say that until we treat the real 
disease, the symptoms will net go 
away. That is, until we take athletes off 
the pedestal and make them grow up 
mentally as well as physically, cocaine 
will continue to assault America's 
athletes. 

..."These deaths haven't fazed 
anybody. The evidence is right in front 
of us In the literal wake of the news 
that Bias was dead from cocaine, you 
had the Don Rogers situation This is 
not going to slow people down," (said 
Harry Edwards) 

Why not 7 Why would a young 
athlete, knowing what he can't help but 
know, keep speeding on cocaine 7 Why 
would he take the risk? Hill, Stone and 
Edwards said the answer is 
complicated. Part of it, they say, has to 
do with the athlete's place in the 
American world, and exalted positron 
from which the athlete is conditioned 
to feel invulnerable from the rules of 



society and perhaps even the laws of 
medical science. Part of it, they say, 
has to do with human nature itself. 

Call it the "other guy" mentality, at 
the same time a constructive and 
destructive instinct. 

Users understand that people have 
died from using cocaine," said Stone, 
who is the medical director of the 
CareUnit in the Western Medical 
Center in Anaheim, Calif. "But they 
know they won't die. It always happens 
to the other guy." 

We know smoking contributes to 
cancer, yet we still smoke. We know 
drunken driving can be lethal, yet we 
still drive drunk. We know wearing 
seatbelts can save lives, yet we still 
don't wear them. 

We know what has happened to 
others who smoke, drive drunk, or 
don't wear seatbelts. 
It won't happen to us. 
Wasn't that exactly what Terry Long, 
one of Bias' roommates said? "It never 
occurred to me that someone might 
die," he said. "You always think 
something like that would happen to 
someone else." 

The athlete, said Hill, has another 
suit of armor that is assigned him the 
very instant he is identified as someone 
who can shoot a basketball, catch a 
football or throw a baseball. That he 
can play. You can't see it, but it's as real 
as a helmet or a pair of shoulder pads. 
It's a double standard. 

Forget education. What did Rogers, 
the Browns' 23-year-old defensive 
back, learn from the death of Bias, who 
was 22"? Hill remembers a doctor 
describing in detail the effects of 
cocaine abuse to Browns players, 
including Rogers, in a session during 
training camp before last season. 
Forget drug tests. The University of 
Maryland, Bias' school, had an 
extensive testing program. Education 
and testing might occassionally help. 
But until we stop pampering the 
athlete, Hill said, we can forget about 
killing off drug abuse. 

"Until then we are treating only the 
symptoms of a problem, not the 
problem itself," Hill said. "Weallowour 



athletes to get away with murder. 

"We pay him under the table to 
perform. We don't make him study 
when he goes to school. When he 
breaks the law, we cover it up, or at 
least, give him nothing more than a 
slap on the wrist. And then we wonder 
why he doesn't conform to the law, we 
wonder why he feels like he is 
different." 

Until that contradiction is 
addressed, Hill said, the cocaine 
problem will not go away. 

Edwards said. "It's the Superman 
complex." 

It works on two levels, one physical, 
the other spiritual, Edwards said. On a 
physical level, the athlete is made to 
feel invincible because he is often such 
a great physical specimen. Thus, he 
feels he can endure what others 
cannot. 

..The "Superman complex" works 
on a second level, perhaps even more 
insidious. Edwards said, "The athlete 
figures, "If I got caught with cocaine, 
somebody will take care of it. 
Somebody always took care of my 
grades. Somebody always took care of 
my traffic ticket. Somebody always 
took care of the misdemeanor. 
Somebody is always there to pick up 
the pieces. So why worry?" 

The athlete put on such a pedestal is 
deprived of some of the support 
systems with which he might fight off 
the temptation to take cocaine 

"All we want him to do is be the 
athlete," Edwards said. "The coach 
wants him to eat, drink, and sleep 
football. To the point where the athlete 
is sheltered from the kind of 
experiences and contacts that other 
college students may have. Their 
principal purpose becomes "to play." 
By the time a player has become a 
national figure, he literally has become 
a player. All the external contacts and 
controls, functional relationships that 
may have a positive impact on him, are 
eroded. The only thing we nurture is a 
side of beef. In his last semester, Len 
Bias had three Fs and withdrew from 
two classes." 



Reprinted from Kansas State High 
School Athletics Association Activities 
Journal. 



The Kentucky High School Athlete 

Official Publication of the 
Kentucky High School Athletic Association 



VOL. XLIX NO. 4 



NOVEMBER, 1986 



$5.00 PER YEAR 




MINUTES 

OF THE 

APPEALS HEARINGS 

October 17, 1986 



The Board of Control of the Kentucky High School 
Athletic Association met at the K.H.S.A.A. Office Building. 
Lexington, Kentucky, on Friday afternoon, October 17, 
1986, for the purpose of hearing appeals. 

The meeting was called to order by President Chester 
Turner at 2:00 p.m. Present were Frank Welch, Tom 
Buchanan, Sam Chandler, Tony Olinger, Grant Talbott, 
Ken Tippett, David Webb, Charlie Wilson; Commissioner 
Tom Mills and Executive Assistant Billy Wise. The 
invocation was given by Chester Turner. 

President Turner called on Jackie Lively, who had 
requested a hearing before the Board of Control on behalf 
of her daughter, Sherita Lively, a student at Warren Central 
High School, who had been ruled ineligible by the 
Commissioner under By-Law 5, Transfer Rule. After Mrs. 
Lively's presentation, her attorney William Skaggs 
presented his case on Shenta's behalf. Following 
questions by the Board members to Sherita and her 
mother, Grant Talbott moved that Sherita Lively be ruled 
eligible to participate in interscholastic athletics. Tony 
Olinger seconded the motion, which carried unanimously. 

Then came Mrs. Mary D. Wilson, representing her son, 
Robert D. Wilson, a student at Campbell County High 
School requesting that By-Law 5, Section 1c, Maximum 
Number of Semesters, be waived in Robert's favor. 
Following Mrs. Wilson's presentation and questions to her 
by the Board members, Ken Tippett made a motion, 
seconded by Tom Buchanan, that the ruling be delayed in 
this case until a transcript could be obtained from 
Campbell County High School to determine if creditsfrom 
Covington Latin High School were recognized toward 
graduation. The motion carried unanimously. 

The next appeal on the Agenda was on behalf of Cam K. 
Adams, a student at Montgomery County High School. Mr. 
and Mrs. Josh Duff, guardians of Cam, presented their 
appeal to the Board members to waive By-Law 3, Age. 
Following questions to Cam and the Duffs by the Board 
members, David Webb moved that the Commissioner's 
ruling be upheld in this case. Tony Olinger seconded the 
motion. The motion carried unanimously. 

The next appeal was presented by Mr. Kent Stevens, 
Principal of Western Anderson High School on behalf of 
one of his students, Eric Bickers. Eric had been ruled 
ineligible to participate in interscholastic athletics under 
By-Law 4, Section 5(c), Minimum Academic 
Requirements. Following Mr. Steven's presentation and 
compliments from the Board members for his interest and 
concern for his students, Ken Tippett moved that By-Law 
4, Section 5(c), Minimum Academic Requirement, not be 
waived in this case. Tom Buchanan seconded the motion 
which carried by a vote of eight in favor and one oppposed 

The next appeal was presented by Attorney Ashley Ward 
on behalf of Lisa Weissmuller. Lisa had transferred from 
Lexington Catholic High School to Henry Clay. She had 
been ruled ineligible by the Commissioner due to the fact 
that she had participated in basketball and golf at her 



former school and was subject to the provisions of By-Law 
5, Tranfer Rule. Following a discussion of Lisa's situation, 
Sam Chandler made a motion that Lisa be declared eligible 
to participate in athletics at Henry Clay High School. Grant 
Talbott seconded the motion which passed by a vote of 8 in 
favor with Chester Turner abstaining 

Mr. Turner asked Principal Hargus Rogers, Hazard High 
School, to present his appeal on behalf of Jim Lowell 
Levendge. Jim was declared ineligible to represent Hazard 
High School in interscholastic athletics under the 
provisions of By-Law 5, Transfer Rule Jim's parents, 
James and Betty Lever idge, explained their son's situation 
to the Board followed by comments from Mr. Rogers 
Following their presentations and questionsto Jim and his 
parents and a lengthy discussion thereof, Ken Tippett 
moved, seconded by Sam Chandler, that the 
Commissioner's ruling be upheld in this case. The motion 
carried unanimously. 

The next appeal was on behalf of David King, a student 
attending Woodford County High School who had 
transferred there from Bluegrass Baptist School. David 
had been ruled ineligible by the Commissioner under 
By-Law 5, Transfer Rule. Following his father's 
presentation and questions to him and Mrs. King by the 
Board, Grant Talbott made a motion, seconded by Charlie 
Wilson that the Commissioner's ruling be upheld in this 
case. The motion carried by a vote of 7 in favor and 2 
opposed 

There being no more appeals, the meeting was 
adjourned. 



MINUTES 

OF THE 

BOARD MEETING 

October 18, 1986 



The Board of Control of the Kentucky High School 
Athletic Association met at the K.H.S.A.A. Office Building 
in Lexington, Kentucky on Saturday, October 18. 1986. 
The meeting was called to order by President Chester 
Turner at 9:00 a. m with all Board members. Commissioner 
Tom Mills, Executive Assistant Billy V. Wise, Assistant 
Commissioners Brigid L DeVries and Louis Stout and 
Sports Information Director Julian Tackett present. Mr. 
Turner advised the Board that the State Board of 
Education Representative Lloyd Redman was absent due 
to recent surgery. The Invocation was given by Mr. Sam 
Chandler. 

Charlie Wilson moved, seconded by Sam Chandler, that 
the minutes of the July 15 meeting of the Board be 
approved. The motion carried unanimously. 

Charlie Wilson made a motion, seconded by Tony 
Olinger. that all bills of the Association for the period 
beginning July 1, 1986, and ending September 30, 1986.be 
approved. The motion carried unanimously. 

President Turner called on David Webb. Chairman of the 
All-Sports Committee to present his committee report. 
Chairman Webb presented the following report and made 
a motion that it be accepted by the full Board: 

The All Sports Committee met on Saturday. September 
13, 1986 at 10:00 a.m. in the Kentucky High School Athletic 
Association office. 

Minutes Continued oil Page 2 




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NOVEMBER, 1986 VOL. XLIX, NO. 4 

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1990) Louisville, Tony dinger (1984-1989) Lexington, 
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Minutes Continued Irom Page 1 

The meeting was called to order by Chairman David 
Webb. Other members present were Tom Buchanan, 
Charles Miller, Tony Olinger, Grant Talbott, Frank Welch. 
Tom Mills and Billy Wise were also in attendance. 

The first item on the Agenda was a discussion of 
Basketball Rule 10-5 Following a lengthy discussion, 
Frank Welch moved, seconded by Tony Olinger that the 
Kentucky High School Athletic Association enforce 
Basketball Rule 10-5 concerning Bench Decorum as 
written in the 1986-87 National Federation Basketball Rule 
Book. The motion passed unanimously. 

Mr. Wise, who is a member of the National Federation 
Basketball Committee, was instructed to work within the 
framework of that committee and Association to modify 
the rule as presently written to allow Kentucky to 
experiment with a modification of Rule 10-5 during the 
1987-88 season. This experiment would permit the head 
coach to kneel or stand in front of his/her seat in order to 
give instructions to the players and then immediately 
return to his/her seat. 

The second item for discussion was the medical 
symposium. The committee agreed that the symposiums 
were very valuable to the Kentucky High School Athletic 
Association member schools and should be continued. 

Grant Talbott moved, seconded by Tom Buchanan that 
the medical symposiums, be conducted in Kentucky by 
the Kentucky Medical Association for all head coaches 
and new coaches in high risk sports of baseball, 
basketball, football, soccer and wrestling. It was 
recommended they be conducted every other year starting 
with even numbered years beginning in 1988. Also, one 
make-up symposium would be conducted in the same 
manner in the odd numbered years starting in 1989. The 
motion passed unanimously. The symposiums will be 
conducted as scheduled for 1987 with all head coaches in 
the above listed sports being required to attend. 

It was suggested that the medical symposiums be 
offered in more locations than at present. It was also 
suggested that in-service credit be given to coaches and 



school administrators attending the symposiums. This 
would of course, be subject to the approval of the State 
Board of Education. It was further suggested that the State 
Board of Education permit clinic attendance on non- 
school days to count as in-service days. Mr. Mills will 
present these recommendations to the State Board of 
Education. 

The Committee approved the request of Commissioner 
Mills to again survey the member schools to determine 
their interest in entering teams in girls soccer 
championship competition should the K.H.S.A.A. sponsor 
it as a fall sport. 

Frank Welch seconded the motion that the All-Sports 
Committee report be accepted The motion passed 
unanimously. 

Commissioner Mills presented the Audit report to the 
Board and asked for questions or comments. Following a 
discussion of the report, Tom Buchanan made a motion, 
seconded by Charlie Miller that the Audit Report be 
accepted. The motion carried unanimously. 

Mr. Wise announced that the next meeting of the Board 
would be on November 28 for the purpose of hearing 
appeals and November 29 for the regular meeting. He also 
announced that the Football Championship Playoffs 
would be as follows: 

Class A - 1:00 p.m., Friday, November 28 

Class AA - 3:00 p.m, Friday, November 28 

Class AAA - 1:00 p.m., Saturday, November 29 

Class AAAA 3:00 p.m., Saturday, November 29 

Commissioner Mills announced that the Friends of 

Athletics would again sponsor a Hospitality Room and 

Banquet at the Football Playoffs. He also announced that 

the FOA would be granting eight $1,000 scholarships— one 

to a player on each of the playoff teams. 

Commissioner DeVries discussed with the Board a 
recommendation from the Volleyball Committee that the 
State Tournament include the winner and runner-up from 
each region as was done in the past. It was further 
recommended that single elimination format be adopted 
for the State Tournament. She also presented a 
recommendation from the Tennis Committee regarding a 
new scoring procedure. The recommendation states that 
in order for a school to score points and be eligible for the 
team championship, they must enter a complete team in 
the regional and state tournaments. A. complete team 
consists of two singles players and two doubles teams. 
This would affect team scoring only. Following a 
discussion of the new procedure, the Board recommended 
that all tennis coaches be advised of the recommended 
change and be given an opportunity to express their 
opinions to the Board Member in their region. Both the 
tennis and the volleyball proposals will be discussed at the 
next Board Meeting. 

Commissioner Stout spoke next to the Board regarding 
the results of the Girls' Soccer Survey. A total of 193 
schools responded to the survey with the results as 
follows: 174 schools indicated that they would not enter a 
girls' team in soccer during the 1987-88 school year if it 
was included in the K.H.S.A.A. program as a fall sport; 19 
schools indicated that they would enter a girls' soccer 
team. Based upon the fact that K.H.S.A.A. regulations 
require 25% of the member schools to agree to participate 
in championship competition before the Board can 
sanction the event and that once sanctioned, the sport will 
no longer be sanctioned if participation drops below 15% 
of membership, girls' soccer will not be sanctioned at this 
time. 

Mr. Stout advised the board of the financial burden 
schools were having since sectionals had been added to 
the Wrestling Tournament. A discussion ensued with 
regard to the possibility of returning the Tournament to its 
original format— playing it on Friday and Saturday. All 
Board members agreed that the Board of Control has 

Minutes Continued on Page 12 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR NOVEMBER, 1986 



PAGE THREE 



KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL STATE SOCCER TOURNAMENT 

Lexington, Kentucky 

October 27-November 1, 1986 



Ballard 


8 












1 


Ballard 


3 






Tilghman 




1 


Ballard 









Fort Knox 


1 













Ballard 2 






Dixie Heights 








Owensboro 










1 








Dixie Heights 




2 


Covington Catholic 






1 


Covington Catholic 
















Male 


2 






Ballard 








Tates Creek 


3 


Tates Creek 













1 


Henry Clay 1 














DeSales 










3 


Atherton 







s^f \^. 


Atherlon 




2 


Henry Clay 


*T% 




4 




t <n 










r W A 




1 


Henry Clay 




*• # 


Montgomery Co. 











7986 Soccer Champions-Ballard High School 




PAGE FOUR 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR NOVEMBER, 1986 



1986-87 CROSS COUNTRY 
CHAMPIONS 




John Michels, Trinity 
Class AAA, Individual Champion 





CLASS AAA BOYS' 






FIRST 15 RUNNERS 




PL 


NAME 


TEAM 


TIME 


1 


John Michels 


Trinity 


16:09.2 


2 


Mike Esterle 


Trinity 


16:14 


3 


Chris Young 


Warren Central 


16:19 


4 


Dale Price 


Trinity 


16:24 


5 


Binky Kelley 


Trinity 


16:31 


6 


David Keyes 


Waggener 


16:37 


7 


Carl Dillard 


Christian Co. 


16:37 


8 


Howard Shoaf 


Trinity 


16:41 


9 


Jon Deye 


Trinity 


16:41 


10 


Donnie Estep 


Southern 


16:43 


11 


Mark Stuart 


Daviess Co. 


16:44 


12 


Dale LeGrand 


Central 


16:48 


13 


Tom Smith 


Boyd County 


16:51 


14 


Montel Dorsey 


Ballard 


16:56 


15 


Paul Tedenby 


Daviess Co. 


17:00 



CLASS AAA BOYS' 
TEAM SCORES 

PL TEAM SCORE 

1 Trinity 20 

2 Daviess Co 115 

3 Holy Cross 124 

4 Holmes 171 

5 Pulaski County 173 

6 Oldham County 184 

7 Lafayette 230 

8 Christian Co 236 

9 Shelby County 245 

10 Warren Central 264 

11 Waggener 266 

12 St. Xavier 287 

13 Campbell County 306 

14 Bullitt Central 322 

15 Male '. . . . 339 

1 6 Bryan Station 355 



TRINITY HIGH SCHOOL 
BOYS' CLASS AAA CHAMPION 




Team Members Front Row (L to R): Andy Heim, Eric From, Howard Shoat, 
Mike Esterle, Dale Price, Binky Kelley, John Michels and Jon Deye. Back 
Row: Fr. Joseph Hemmerle, Coach Rich Rostel, Assistant Coach, John 
Kahl. 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR NOVEMBER, 1986 



PAGE FIVE 



1986-87 CROSS COUNTRY 
CHAMPIONS 




Wendy Frazier, Henry Clay 
Class AAA Individual Champion 



CLASS AAA GIRLS' 
FIRST 15 RUNNERS 



PL 


NAME 


TEAM 


TIME 


1 


Wendy Frazier 


Henry Clay 


10:52.4 


2 


Cybil O'Nan 


Oldham County 


11:03 


3 


Kristi Stevens 


Pulaski County 


11:04 


4 


Nancy Crutcher 


Oldham County 


11:13 


5 


Paula Kelley 


Boyd Co. 


11:16 


6 


Melanie Trimble 


Boyd Co 


11:28 


7 


Melissa Amaral 


Lafayette 


11:33 


8 


Shay Wright 


Oldham County 


11:36 


9 


Jennifer Schultz 


Seneca 


11:41 


10 


Susan Taylor 


Assumption 


11:42 


11 


Jennifer Woltermann 


Notre Dame 


11:43 


12 


Angie Venneman 


Campbell County 


11:43 


13 


Tammy Lawson 


Boyd Co 


1144 


14 


Leslie Tynes 


Marshall Co. 


11:45 


15 


Snadr Shaw 


Oldham County 


11:46 



CLASS AAA GIRLS' 
TEAM SCORES 

PL TEAM SCORE 

1 Oldham County 43 

2 Boyd Co 80 

3 Pulaski County 106 

4 Notre Dame 116 

5 Daviess Co 144 

6 Marshall Co 163 

7 Bullitt Central 170 

8 Henderson Co 178 

9 Henry Clay 200 

10 Assumption 237 

11 Atherton 260 

12 Holy Cross 316 

13 Butler 353 



OLDHAM COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL 
GIRLS' CLASS AAA CHAMPION 




Team Members Kneeling: Sandra Shaw, Cybil O'Nan, Heather Laubach, 
Jenny Gilmore. Standing: Shay Wright, Nikki Gilmore, Nancy Crutcher, 
Coach Paul Upchurch. 



PAGE SIX 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR NOVEMBER, 1986 



1986-87 CROSS COUNTRY 
CHAMPIONS 




CLASS AA GIRLS' 
FIRST 15 RUNNERS 



Katie Stamps, Danville 
Class AA Individual Champion 



PL 


NAME 


TEAM 




TIME 


1 


Katie Stamps 


Danville 




11:07.8 


2 


Susan Rankin 


Danville 




11:13 


3 


Debbie Finke 


Danville 




11:17 


4 


Patricia Dowd 


Fleming Co. 




11:20 


5 


Lisa Mulkey 


East Carter 




11:38 


6 


Ginger Watkins 


Franklin County 


11:39 


7 


Andee Rudloff 


Bowling Green 


11:49 


8 


Leslie Scianterelli 


Franklin Cou 


nty 


11:53 


9 


Shundra Cates 


Whitesburg 




11:48 


10 


Randileah Mulkey 


East Carter 




12:05 


11 


Holly Townsend 


Webster Co. 




12:06 


12 


Sahron Woods 


Danville 




12:10 


13 


Julie Caudle 


Franklin Cou 


nty 


12:11 


14 


Tonya Asher 


Clay County 




12:13 


15 


Kim Fields 


Whitesburg 




12:15 



CLASS AA GIRLS' 
TEAM SCORES 

TEAM SCORE 

Danville 31 

Franklin County 56 

Dixie Heights 110 

Jessamine County 130 

Whitesburg 157 

East Hardin 168 

Russell 182 

Barren County 192 

Whitley County 232 

Webster Co 242 

Simon Kenton 253 

Warren East 253 



DANVILLE HIGH SCHOOL 
GIRLS' CLASS AA CHAMPION 




Team Members: Katie Stamps, Susan Rankin, Debbie Finke, Sharon 
Woods, Bethany Rogers, Lissa Sullivan, Marcia Mount, Coach E.G. 
Plummer. 



From The Commissioner's Office 



i@?!i@(li©?( 



PADDING REQUIREMENTS CHANGED FOR BASKETBALL BACKBOARDS 

Padding on rectangular backboards must meet new specifications as a result 
of action at the National Federation Rules Committee Meeting. Both the 
bottom front and the bottom back edge of a rectangular board must be padded 
up a distance of 3/4 of an inch with a minimum of 1 inch thickness. The 
bottom and side padding must continue to meet the current 2 inch thickness 
requirement. Schools should examine the padding on their backboards to be 
sure the proper thickness is being used. Inexpensive padding kits are 
available through sporting goods dealers to assist in conforming to this 
rule. One other note, the newly approved shorter backboard is optional, NOT 
required as some salesmen seem to be telling member schools. 

ADDITIONAL PADDING REQUIRED FOR POLE VAULT LANDING PADS 

Track schools which sponsor the pole vault will be interested to note that 
beginning in 1987, all pole vault landing pads will require front pads, 
extending from the main landing pad and surrounding the pole vault planting 
box. Rule 7-4-5 of the Track and Field Rules states that the front pad 
must: 1) Be a minimum of four feet deep, extending from the main landing pad 
towards the front edge of the planting box; 2) Have a maximum cut-out for 
the planting box of 36 inches, measured across the bottom of the cut-out; 3) 
Have the back of the cut-out placed no farther than 14 inches from the 
vertical plane of the top of the stopboard (end of planting box); 4) Be 
attached to the main landing pad or encased in a common cover with the main 
landing pad. Diagrams of the change are available from the Association 
office, and will probably be printed in next year's track rules manuals. 

A.C.T. TEST DATES FOR 1986-87 

With the implementation of NCAA Proposition 48, it is important to keep up 
with the test dates for the American College Testing Assessment (ACT test). 
For 1986-87 the schedule is as follows: 

Test Date Regular Postmark Deadline Late Deadline 

10/25/86 09/26/86 10/14/86 

12/13/86 11/14/86 12/02/86 

02/07/87 01/09/87 01/27/87 

04/11/87 03/13/87 03/31/87 

06/13/87 05/15/87 06/02/87 

FEDERATION EXPANDING RECORDS BOOK 

The National Federation is expanding its records book to include records for 
girls' 5 person basketball as we play here in Kentucky. The initial attempt 
will be to accumulate individual records for points scored in a game, 
season, and career. If you have, or have had, a girl whom you feel might 
qualify as a national record holder, please contact Julian Tackett at the 
K.H.S.A.A. office. 



REMINDER TO FOOTBALL SCHOOLS 

The first playing date for football in 1987 is August 21. The first legal 
date for practice is August 1. Keep this in mind in making out your 
schedules. Please remember to inform the office as to open dates. This is 
also important due to the fact that the new alignment plan for football is 
to be implemented effective with the 1987 season. With the new alignment, 
and the additional week in which to schedule games, it is important to list 
open dates as soon as possible. At this time, we have the following open 
dates -- 

Week 1 (August 21) - Anderson County, contact Larry Barnett 
(502)839-5118; Bullitt East, contact Coach Keith Collins 
(502)538-7322; Greenup County, contact Dan Mercer, A.D. (606)473-7705; 
Marion County, contact Coach Mark Brown (502)692-6066; Paris, 
contact Randy Reese (606)987-4545; Russell, contact Lafe Walter, A.D. 
(606)836-9650 

Week 2 (August 28) - Anderson County, contact Larry Barnett 
(502)839-5118; Bardstown, contact Coach Garnis Martin (502)348-5913; 
Bullitt East, contact Coach Keith Collins (502)538-7322; Christian 
County, contact Wilton Gant, A.D. (502)887-1100; Conner, contact 
Coach Joe Clark (606)689-7696; Eminence, contact Coach Steve Frommeyer 
(502)845-5427; Madisonville North Hopkins, contact Jan Ireland, A.D. 
(502)825-6017; Owensboro, contact Jack Hicks, A.D. (502)686-1084; 
Russell County, contact Coach Ron Finley (502)866-3341; Trigg 
County, contact Buddy Perry, A.D. (502)522-6072 

Week 3 (September 4) - Bardstown, contact Coach Garnis Martin 
(502)348-5913; Bullitt East, contact Coach Keith Collins 
(502)538-7322; Russell County, contact Coach Ron Finley (502)866-3341 

Week 4 (September 11) - Green County, contact Ivan Curnutte 
(502)932-7481; Owensboro, contact Jack Hicks, A.D. (502)686-1084; 
Russell, contact Lafe Walter, A.D. (606)836-9650; Russell County, 
contact Coach Ron Finley (502)866-3341 

Week 5 (September 18) - Dayton, contact Stan Steidel (606)261-4357; 
Christian County, contact Wilton Gant, A.D. (502)887-1100; Green 
County, contact Ivan Curnutte (502)932-7481; Mayfield, contact Bob 
Sparks, A.D. (502)247-5582 

Week 6 (September 25) - Dayton, contact Stan Steidel (606)261-4357; 
Holmes, contact Coach William Hina (606)292-5845; Russell, contact 
Lafe Walter, A.D. (606)836-9650; Shelby County, contact Coach Tom 
Bechere (502)633-2443 

Week 7 (October 2) - Marion County, contact Coach Mark Brown 
(502)692-6066 

Week 8 (October 9) - Bullitt East, contact Coach Keith Collins 
(502)538-7322; Christian County, contact Wilton Gant, A.D. 
(502)887-1100; Elkhorn City, contact Jerry Childers, A.D. 
(606)754-9098; Mayfield, contact Bob Sparks, A.D. (502)247-5582 



FOOTBALL OPEN DATES (continued) 

Week 9 (October 16) - Christian County, contact Wilton Gant, A.D. 
(502)887-1100, North Bullitt, contact Bob Wagoner (502)957-2186 

Week 10 (October 23) - Glen Oak in Canton, Ohio, contact Ralph 
Ciccarelli, Athletic Administrator (216)492-7455; Owen County, contact 
Gran Mefford (502)484-2715; Shelby County, contact Coach Tom Bechere 
(502)633-2443; Tates Creek, contact coach Joe Ruddell (606)273-1713 

Week 11 (October 30) - Holmes, contact Coach William Hina 
(606)292-5845; Marion County, contact Coach Mark Brown (502)692-6066 

REMINDER TO RETURN BLUE CARDS FOR FOOTBALL SCHOOLS 

To help with some schools who have had trouble getting district opponents to 
schedule, the Association sent a survey card (blue) out to each member 
school principal of the football playing schools. Please return that card 
as soon as possible, to help facilitate problem solving in certain 
districts. 



OPEN DATES FOR BASKETBALL SCHOOLS 

The following are the open basketball dates for the upcoming season 
according to information which has been turned in to the office. If any of 
these dates have been filled, please notify the office by phone or in 
writing. 

University Heights, Hopkinsville, has several open dates in December, 

January and February. Please contact Roy Woolum (502)886-0254. 
Harrodsburg is looking for one team for the Fort Harrod Tournament, to 

be held December 4 through 6. Contact coach Welty, Harrodsburg, 

(606)734-3655. 
Southern girls' team would like to play in a Christmas tournament after 

school lets out for Christmas on December 19. Contact Jim Watkins, A.D., 

(502)454-8439. 
Clinton County needs girls games throughout the season. Contact 

Wendell Castle (606)387-5569, or 7031. 
Boone County needs one team for its Recorder Classic Tournament, to be 

held during February 4 through 7, 1987. Contact Nell Hensley at 

(606)283-2795, or 331-7578. 
Gallatin County needs a team for an 8 team tournament to be held 

December 4 through 6. Contact Jim Hinsdale, A.D., at Gallatin County. 
Elliott County will be attempting to field a girls' basketball team 

during this school year. Contact Coach Terry Puckett at (606)738-6043 or 

(606)738-5225. 
Clark County needs girls basketball games on January 15 and February 9 

for this season. Contact Harry Dinsmore at (606)744-6111. 
Greenup County needs one girls team for its Jesse Stuart Memorial 

Tournament to be held December 17 and 18. Contact Dan Mercer at 

(606)473-7705. 



IMPORTANT DATES FOR 1986-87 

The following are important dates for member schools participating in 
winter and spring sports. 



Sport 


First 


First 


Num. 


State 




Practice 


Contest 
Al 1 owed 


Games 
(Tentative) 


Finals 


Wrestling 


Oct. 15 


Dec. 1 


4-23 


Feb. 21 


Swimming 


Oct. 1 


Nov. 15 


15 


Feb. 20/21 


Basketball 










non football 


Oct. 1 


Nov. 15 


24 


Mar. 21/28 


football 


Oct. 15 


Dec. 1 


24 


Mar. 21/28 


Track 


Dec. 1 


Apr. 1 


4-15 


May 30 


Softball 


Feb. 15 


Apr. 1 


35 


May 30 


Golf 


Feb. 15 


Apr. 1 


20 


June 2/3 


Tennis 


Feb. 15 


Apr. 1 


4-20 


June 4/5/6 


Baseball 


Feb. 15 


Apr. 1 


35 


June 5 



SANCTIONS FOR CONTESTS INVOLVING OUT OF STATE TEAMS 

Many questions arise when a member school attempts to schedule a game 
against a team from another state. Remember that the contest must go 
through the proper administrative channels to be considered a legal 
contest. The following can serve as a simple guide to athletic directors 
and principals -- 

If a game involves one Kentucky school and one out of state school, and 
the other state is adjoining to Kentucky, no state Association or National 
Federation sanction is necessary; 

If a meet or tournament involves one or more teams from outside the host 
state, and the invited teams are from adjoining state(s), National 
Federation sanction is not necessary. However the event must be 
sanctioned by the state Associations involved. It is the responsibility 
of the principal of the host school to initiate the sanction procedure; 

In all other cases, both state Association and National Federation 
sanction is required. If you are the host school, contact Anne Wesley 
Mays at the Kentucky High School Athletic Association to obtain the 
sanction forms and begin the sanction process. The sanction process must 
be completed thirty (30) days prior to the event. 



LIABILITY AND OTHER INSURANCE CLAIMS 



The Ruedlinger Companies would like to remind all schools and officials, to 
route all notices of both medical and liability claims directly to the 
Administratotes office. Coaches and officials are to contact (913)272-2200, 
for all claims and forms. Request to speak to either Pam Cole or Susie 
Sachs if your have any questions. 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR NOVEMBER, 1986 



PAGE SEVEN 



1986-87 CROSS COUNTRY 
CHAMPIONS 




Jimmy Herald, Warren East 
Class AA Individual Champion 



PL 

1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 



CLASS AA BOYS' 




FIRST 15 RUNNERS 




NAME 


TEAM 


TIME 


Jimmy Herald 


Warren East 


16:21 


Jeff Plank 


Conner 


16:35 


Randy Sons 


Calloway Co. 


16:37 


Ron Skufca 


Franklin County 


16:44 


Don Kelley 


Franklin County 


16:49 


Neal Clark 


Paducah Tilghman 


16:51 


Ed Wilhite 


Danville 


16:53 


Shawn Pawsat 


Highlands 


16:56 


Brian Kruetzkamp 


Highlands 


16:57 


Evan Taylor 


Union Co. 


17:00 


Jemo Mayes 


Paducah Tilghman 


17:02 


Ted Toponak 


Russell 


17:05 


Paul Lonnemann 


Covington Cath. 


17:07 


Daris McCullough 


Harrison County 


17:08 


Paul Hamilton 


Jessamine County 


17:11 



CLASS AA BOYS' 
TEAM SCORES 

PL TEAM SCORE 

1 Franklin County 71 

2 Covington Catholic 96 

3 Paducah Tilghman 115 

4 Highlands 123 

5 Adair County 173 

6 Fleming County 173 

7 Rowan County 186 

8 Danville 187 

9 Calloway Co 204 

10 Barren County 205 

1 1 Russell 207 

12 Jessamine County 222 

13 Elizabethtown 303 



FRANKLIN COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL 
BOYS' CLASS AA CHAMPION 




Team Members: Ron Skufca, Don Kelley, Alan Bowman, Tim Smith, Chris 
Woolums, Fred Sutterlin, Erik Lake, Coach Jean Wright. 



PAGE EIGHT 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR NOVEMBER, 1986 



1986-87 CROSS COUNTRY 
CHAMPIONS 




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Bernice Peyton, Anderson County 
Class A Individual Champion 





CLASS A BOYS' 






FIRST 15 RUNNERS 




PL 


NAME 


TEAM 


TIME 


1 


Bernice Peyton 


Anderson County 


16:08 


2 


Jerry Huffman 


Ky. School Deaf 


16:42 


3 


Eric Ezell 


Trigg Co. 


16:42 


4 


John Struss 


Berea 


16:51 


5 


Eddie Olding 


Grant County 


17:02 


6 


Randy Decker 


Silver Grove 


17:08 


7 


Cob Cuniff 


Berea 


17:18 


8 


Marty Gibson 


Providence 


17:20 


9 


Chris Jones 


Green County 


17:20 


10 


W.J. Hardin 


Southwest Christian 


17:20 


11 


John Steele 


Bath County 


17:21 


12 


Shawn Stanley 


Cordia 


17:23 


13 


Sri Sundraram 


Paintsville 


17:27 


14 


Rank Boone 


Trigg Co. 


17:28 


15 


John Mink 


Harlan 


17:30 



PL 

1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 



CLASS A BOYS' 
TEAM SCORES 

TEAM SCORE 

Trigg Co 75 

Bishop Brossart 134 

Anderson County 143 

West Hopkins 143 

Harlan 190 

Cordia 193 

Fort Knox 196 

Bath County 204 

Green County 205 

Grant County 262 

Carroll County 263 

Providence 294 

Walton-Verona 299 

Dayton 322 

Wayne County 336 

Garrard County 352 

KCD 369 



TRIGG COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL 
BOYS' CLASS A CHAMPION 




Team Members: Eric Ezell, Rank Boone, J.R. Boddy, Jason Barnes, Chris 
Woodall, Marc Frye, Marc Terrell, Coach George Radford. 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR NOVEMBER, 1986 



PAGE NINE 



1986-87 CROSS COUNTRY 
CHAMPIONS 




Amy Clements, St. Henry 
Class A Individual Champion 





CLASS A GIRLS' 








FIRST 15 RUNNERS 




PL 


NAME 


TEAM 


TIME 


1 


Amy Clements 


St. Henry 


11:00.0 


2 


Stephanie Edgar 


Dayton 


11 


08 


3 


Candy Reid 


Ft Campbell 


11 


14 


4 


Denise Schank 


St. Henry 


11 


18 


5 


Kelli Phillippi 


Grant County 


11 


29 


6 


Lasenna Powell 


Providence 


11 


36 


7 


Kathy Bowen 


Fairview 


11 


41 


8 


Adriann Mason 


Providence 


11 


42 


9 


Mary Dwyer 


St. Henry 


11 


43 


10 


Janet Bertsch 


Bishop Bross. 


11 


44 


11 


Lisa Rauch 


Bishop Bross. 


11 


45 


12 


Renee Perkins 


Bishop Bross. 


11 


46 


13 


Traci Groeschen 


Newpt, Cent. Cath. 


11 


56 


14 


Ashley Stewart 


Owen County 


11 


59 


15 


Katrina Mosley 


Cordia 


12 


00 



CLASS A GIRLS' 
TEAM SCORES 

PL TEAM SCORE 

1 St. Henry 58 

2 Providence 84 

3 Bishop Brossart 107 

4 Ft. Campbell 117 

5 Owen County 166 

6 Dayton 179 

7 Bath County 185 

8 Grant County 196 

9 Frankfort 208 

10 Berea 239 

11 Cordia 253 

12 Somerset 259 

13 Caverna 321 

14 Fort Knox 331 



ST. HENRY HIGH SCHOOL 
GIRLS' CLASS A CHAMPION 




Team Members: Amy Clements, Denise Schank, Mary Dwyer, Sandy 
Grau, Michelle Bauer, Jennifer Ruschman, Sallie McLane, Coach Ray 
Kues. 



PAGE TEN 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR NOVEMBER, 1986 



MERCY ACADEMY 
1986-87 GIRLS' STATE VOLLEYBALL CHAMPION 




Front Row: Rachel Jones, Beverly Bratcher, Angela Chawk, Kristin Kupper. Second Row: Irene Haugh, Sue 
Antkowiak, Angela Manuel (Manager), Julie Spanyer, Marti Wilkins. Back Row: Coach Margie Gillooly, 
Nancy Hulsmeyer, Christina Wigginton, Coach Rick Blackwell. 



Single Elimination Tournament 
Saturday, November 1, 1986 



Mercy 


Mercy 




15-7 Mercy 
15-11 Assumption 




15-5 Mercy 

Assumption 


15-8 Mercy 
15-10 Mercy 

Notre Dame 






Mercy 


Notre Dame 




15-11 Notre Dame 




Holy Cross 







Referees and Umpires 

Mary Ann Bancroft 
Patty Gravatte 
Nancy Barre 
John Smith 
Brenda Ryan 
Lou Wheeler 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR NOVEMBER, 1986 



PAGE ELEVEN 




The following are the results of the State Volleyball 
Tournament held at Fairdale High School, Louisville, 
Kentucky, October 31 & November 1, 1986. 



Pool 1 

Notre Dame def. Assumption 
Notre Dame def. Woodford Co. 
Assumption def. Woodford Co 

Pool 2 

Mercy def. Holy Cross 

Holy Cross def. Newpt. Cent. Cath. 

Mercy def. Newpt. Cent. Cath 



16-14, 12-15, 15-6 

16-15, 15-13 

15-9, 15-7 



15-6, 15-7 

15-10, 15-9 

15-5, 15-7 



MATCHES 




WON 


LOST 


Notre Dame 

Mercy 

Assumption 


3 
4 
1 


1 

2 


Newport Centra 
Holy Cross 
Woodford Co. 


I Catholic 




1 



2 
2 
2 



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PART II EXAMS FOR BASKETBALL AND 
WRESTLING — DECEMBER 1 

The Part II examination must be taken under supervision. 
It will be given by the local assigning secretary and/or the 
KHSAA Office in Lexington, or other sites as designated 
by the KHSAA. Any exception to the above must be 
cleared with the Commissioner. 



THE GAME GUY AWARD 



This year the K H.S.A.A. will again award the Game 
Guy Award. School representatives and registered 
officials may make nominations fortheaward. The eligible 
person should be a pupil at the junior or senior high school 
level who has overcome great physical handicap in order 
to take part in athletics. Letters of recommendation should 
be addressed to "Game Guy Committee, K. H.S.A.A., P.O. 
Box 22280. Lexington, Kentucky 40522." Deadline for the 
1987 nomination is April 1. 



ALL TOURNAMENT TEAM 

Tracy French Holy Cross 

Molly Higgins Notre Dame 

Bridget Gary Assumption 

Nancy Hulsmeyer Mercy 

Sue Antrowiak Mercy 

Irene Haugh Mercy 

Mary Donovan Notre Dame 

Chris Schimmoeller Woodford Co. 

Trina Schimmoeller Woodford Co. 

Jennifer Hunn Holy Cross 

Christi Freppon Newpt. Cent. Cath. 

Kathy Whalen Notre Dame 



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Minutes Continued from Page 2 

made a concentrated effort to follow the State Department 
of Education's guidelines as they pertained to playing no 
tournaments on a school day However, Commissioner 
Mills was instructed to inform State Superintendent of 
Public Instruction Alice McDonald of the adverse impact 
these guidelines have placed upon high school athletic 
programs, and requesting that consideration be given to 
revising them in the near future 

Mr Stout advised the Board that due to Mr Orville 
Williams health, he would no longer be serving as State 
Wrestling Manager The new manager is Larry Mann. He 
also announced the dates for the following State 
Tournaments: 



Each staff member of the KHSAA is assigned certain 
general responsibilities and it will expedite matters if you 
will ask for the proper person when your calls pertain to 
any of the following areas: 

1. Tom Mills, Commissioner 

2. Billy V, Wise, Executive Assistant Commissioner 

3. Brigid DeVries, Assistant Commissioner 

4. Louis Stout, Assistant, Commissioner 

5 Julian Tackett, Sports Information Director 
6. Anne Wesley Mays. Office Manager 
7 Patti Pruitt, Secretary 
8. John Ginn. Custodian 
9 Board of Control 



Soccer - Lafayette High School, Lexington - October 27- 

November 1 
Softball - Linden Recreation Center, Louisville - May 29-30 
Baseball - Site to be announced - June 4-5 

A new softball alignment has been proposed for the 
spring of 1987 and will be mailed to the member schools 
for input. It is basically aligned with the basektball regions. 

Mr Wise announced the bids on two automobiles to be 
purchased by the Association Bunt-Gross submitted the 
lowest bid of S15.643 14 which included trading in two 
1985 automobiles. Grant Talbott made a motion to accept 
the low bid to purchase the two new automobiles for the 
Association Charlie Wilson seconded the motion which 
passed unanimously 

Commissioner Mills then discussed the procedure for 
submitting nominees for the National Federation Hall of 
Fame He advised the Board that all nominations should be 
submitted by the next Board Meeting 

A discussion with regard to a request to again sanction 
Rifle Markmanship was held. Due to the fact that 25% of the 
schools would not participate in Rifle Competition, Charlie 
Wilson made a motion that the request be denied. Ken 
Tippett seconded the motion, which passed unanimously 

Frank Welch moved, seconded by Sam Chandler that 
the Proposed Dates for the Boys and Girls Basketball 
Tournaments from 1987 through 1982 be accepted They 
are as follows: 

1 



7 -Girls - March 18 
Boys - March 25 
Kentucky 

1988 -Boys - March 16 

Kentucky 
Girls- March 23- 
Kentucky 

1989 -Boys - March 15 

Kentucky 
Girls- March 22- 

Kentucky 
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Boys - March 21 
Boys - March 13 
Girls - March 20 
Boys - March 18 
Girls - March 25 



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26 "Convention Center, Frankfort, 

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25 "Convention Center, Frankfort, 

- 17 "Site to be Determined 

- 24 "Site to be Determined 

- 16 "Site to be Determined 

- 23 "Site to be Deterimined 

- 21 "Site to be Determined 

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There being no further business. Grant Talbott made a 
motion to adjourn Sam Chandler seconded the motion 
which carried unanimously 




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DELEGATE ASSEMBLY MEMBERS 



Members of the Delegate Assembly at the forthcoming 1987 annual meeting of the Association were elected by the Board appointed state 
representatives of the K.H.S.A.A. There were several ties in the voting for delegate and alternate. These ties were broken recently, with the 
delegates and alternates determined by lot. Article IV, Section 2-c, of the Constitution states in the last sentence, "If the duly elected delegate or 
alternate does not answer the roll call at the annual meeting of the Delegate Assembly, the district shall remain not represented". The name of 
the district representatives and alternates are as follows: 



No. Delegate 



School/System 



Alternate 



School/System 



1 Burley Mathis 

2 Robert Vannerson 

3 Jerald Ellington 

4 Jerry Ainley 

5 Kent Barnes 

6 Richard Vincent 

7 William H. Dunning 

8 Roy Woolum 

9 Bill Van Winkle 

10 Jim Price 

1 1 Jack Lee 

12 Bob Frizzell 

13 Howard Gorrell 

14 Frank Caldwell 

15 Stan Alexander 

16 Prentice Stanford 

17 Vernon Wilson 

18 Jerry Taylor 

19 John K. Snider 

20 Charles Crawley 

21 Marty Napper 

22 Russell Kline 

23 Terry Shinkle 

24 Rex Robinson 

25 Bob Jacobs 

26 Stanley K. Whitaker 

27 George Carson 

28 Jack Jacobs 

29 Gary Dennison 

30 M. Kent Stevens 

31 Jim Bishop 

32 Granville Mefford 

33 Don Afterkirk 

34 Jack Kaelin 

35 Bill Dosch 

36 Thomas Seither 

37 Wilson Sears 

38 Mack L. Wallace 

39 Lex Turner 

40 David S. Points 

41 Ken Tippett 

42 Tommy Starns 

43 Steve Parker 

44 Stephen Riddle 

45 Thomas Kearns 

46 Orin M. Simmerman 

47 Jerry Stevens 

48 Larry Stewart 

49 Cleston Saylor 

50 Rick Prewitt 

51 Patrick S.CIore 

52 Wallace Napier 

53 David Jones 

54 Hargus Rogers 

55 Bobby Ralph Smith 

56 Robert Creech 

57 Grayson R. Boyd 

58 Frankie Francis 

59 Richard Goodman 

60 Paul Dotson 

61 John Johnston 

62 George Steele 

63 Bob Morrison 

64 Eugene Clark 

65 Daphne Goodin, President 

66 John Radjunas, Exec. Sec. 

67 Bob Jacobs, President 



Carlisle County 
Reidland 
Graves County 
Calloway County 
Crittenden County 
Union County 
South Hopkins 
University Heights 
Owensboro 
Muhlenberg Central 
Trinity 
Fordsville 
Logan County 
Franklin-Simpson 
Edmonson County 
Monroe County 
Meade County 
Hart County 
Nelson County 
Marion County 
Presentation Academy 
Pleasure Ridge Park 
Valley 
DeSales 
Manual 
Atherton 
Moore 
Waggener 
Bullitt Central 
Western Anderson 
Trimble County 
Owen County 
Dixie Heights 
Covington Catholic 
Bellevue 
Bishop Brossart 
Bourbon 
Augusta Schools 
St. Patrick 

Montgomery County 
Woodford County 
Lexington Catholic 
Bryan Station Sr. 
Berea 

Kentucky School f/t Deaf 
Burgin 

McCreary Central 
Pulaski County 
Rockcastle County 
Williamsburg 
Pineville 
Evarts 

Fleming-Neon 
Hazard 
Cordia 

■Wolfe County 
Paintsville 
Floyd Co. Schools 
Mullins 
Belfry 

Morgan County 
West Carter 
Fairview 
Boyd County 
Ky. Girls Sports Assn. 
Ky. High School Coaches , 
Ky. H.S. Athletic Dir. Assn. 



Larry Gardner 
Joe Mathis 
Donald Jones 
Gene Brooks 
Jim Edwards 
Howard Crittenden 
Lonnie Burgett 
Wilton Gant 
Ken Baughn 
Alan Millei 
David Sharp 
Teddy White 
Bob Birdwhistle 
Walter Heath 
Gary Meredith 
Hurshel Toms 
William S. Johns 
Waymon Dennison 
William Hardin 
Donald Skaggs 
Jerome Henderson 
Paul Dennison 
Tasso Harris 
Laura Munson 
Paul Young 
John Pittenger 
Gene Carroll 
Jim Reuther 
Keith Collins 
Larry K. Barnett 
William Cord 
Don Martin 
J.T. Mulligan 
Jim McDonough 
James Palm 
Ray lies 
Jerry Jenkins 
Larry Sutton 
Jim Staton 
Jack Smoot 
Bob Hoagland 
Mike Lamb 
Mike Carr 
Hubert Broaddus 
Paul Smiley 
Richard Carlton 
George O. Horton 
David Fraley 
Herman Sparks 
Bill Hicks 
Dudley Hilton 
Rick McCrary 
Doug Kincer 
None submitted 
James Reynolds 
Charles Childers 
Paul W. Trimble 
David Turner 
Phillip Johnson 
John O'Brien 
Bruce P. Herdman 
Michael Thoroughman 
Lafe Walters 
Brice Thornbuty 



Fulton County 

Reidland 

Graves County 

Marshall County 

Livingston Central 

Henderson County 

South Hopkins 

Christian County 

Apollo 

Hughes Kirk 

St. Romuald 

Grayson County 

Logan County 

Franklin-Simpson 

Edmonson County 

Metcalfe County 

Fort Knox 

Hart County 

Washington County 

Taylor County 

Central 

Western 

Valley 

Holy Rosaiy Academy 

St. Xavier 

Christian Academy 

Moore 

Ballard 

Bullitt East 

Anderson County 

Carroll County 

Grant County 

Lloyd Memorial 

Holy Cross 

Bellevue 

Campbell County 

Harrison County 

Pendleton County 

Tollesboro 

Bath County 

Franklin County 

Sayre 

Bryan Station Sr. 

Madison 

Kentucky School f/t Deaf 

Burgin 

Wayne County 

Pulaski County 

Jackson County 

Corbin 

Bell County 

Harlan 

Fleming-Neon 

Knott Co. Central 

Powell County 

Paintsville 

Floyd Co. Schools 

Virgie 

Phelps 

Morgan County 

Lewis County 

Russell 

Boyd County 

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Montgomery County 

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VOL. XLIX NO. 5 



DECEMBER, 1986 



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MINUTES 

OF THE 

BOARD MEETING 

November 29, 1986 



The Board of Control of the Kentucky High School 
Athletic Association met at the Executive Inn East, 
Louisville, Kentucky on Saturday, November29. 1986. The 
meeting was called to order by President Chester Turner at 
9:00 a.m. with all Board members. Commissioner Tom 
Mills, Executive Assistant Billy V. Wise, Asst 
Commissioners Brigid L DeVries and Louis Stout, and 
Sports Information Director Julian Tackett present. Mr. 
Lloyd Redman was present representing the State 
Department of Education. The invocation was given by Mr. 
Redman. 

Charlie Wilson moved, seconded by Grant Talbott, that 
the minutes of the meeting held on October 17-18, 1986, be 
approved as submitted. The motion carried unanimously. 

Frank Welch made a motion that all bills of the 
Association for the period of October 1, 1986 through 
November 30, 1986, be approved Charlie Wilson 
seconded the motion which carried unanimously 

Commissioner Mills discussed letters he had received 
from Dayton and Fairview High Schools regarding the 
present academic eligibility requirements as they relate to 
handicapped students. President Turner appointed a 
committee consisting of Board members Tom Buchanan, 
David Webb and Ken Tippett to study the present 
academic regulation as it related to all students 
representing members schools of the Association He 
advised the Board members that any changes must be 
approved by the Delegate Assembly. 

Mr. Mills presented the letter received from Principal 
George Steele, requesting that West Carter High School 
be changed from Region III, District 2, Class AA to Region 
IV, District 1, Class AAA in football. Following the 
discussion, it was the unanimous decision of the Board 
that Mr. Steele's request not be approved. 

Commissioner Mills advised Board members that he had 
received proposals for the Delegate Assembly on the 
following subjects: spring football practice, increase of 
membership on the Board of Control, football play-offs, 
girls' basketball as a fall sport, Limitation of Seasons 
regulations and soccer. Commissioner Mills reminded 
Board members that proposals to be presented to the 
Delegate Assembly in April should be submitted by the 
January meeting. 

Commissioner Mills also reminded Board members that 
nominations for the National High School Sports Hall of 
Fame are due no later than December 10. 

Asst. Commissioner Stout advised the Board members 
of the growth of Soccer and the need for a study of the 
present format and a possible change to include district or 
semi-state competition in the near future. He reported 
State Tournament gate receipts were $22,155.90 and 
expenditures were $10,350.00. The 1985-86 receipts were 
$8,761.22. 

Mr. Stout distributed a proposed softball alignment 
which had been mailed to all softball schools for their 
input. He advised the Board that it had been aligned as 
closely as possible to the basketball districts. Ken Tippett 
made a motion, seconded by Sam Chandler that the new 



alignment be accepted (The new alignment will appear in 
the January issue of the "Athlete"). 

Mr. Stout recommended to the Board that the 1987 State 
Baseball Tournament be held in Elizabethtown. Tony 
Olinger made a motion that the recommendation be 
approved. Tom Buchanan seconded the motion which 
passed unanimously. 

Asst. Commissioner DeVries requested that the Board 
approve a recommendation of the Tennis Committee 
regarding team scoring at the State and Regional Tennis 
Tournaments. The recommendation was only schools 
with complete teams (two singles players and twodoubles 
teams) be eligible for team points. The Board of Control 
did not approve the recommendation and therefore the 
team scoring will remain as it is. All players will be eligible 
to score points toward the team championship. 

Executive Asst. Wise recommended to the Board that 
officials for the district and regional basketball 
tournaments be assigned inthesamemannerasfor 1986— 
that being that officials will officiate within their region for 
the district basketball tournaments but will go outside their 
region for the regional tournaments, except in instances 
where the Local Policy Board requests otherwise. David 
Webb moved, seconded by Sam Chandler, that this 
recommendation be adopted The motion carried 
unanimously 

Mr Wise reported that $365,736 00 in ticket sales had 
been received through this date for the Boys State Basket- 
ball Tournament. Advanced ticket sales for the Girls State 
Basketball Tournament had netted $7,768 00-both 
figures being ahead of last year's receipts at this time. 

Following a lengthy discussion regarding the video 
taping of K H S A A sponsored events and the present 
regulation of same, Commissioner Mills advised the Board 
that he would contact other State Associations to 
determine their rulings on the matter. 

It was decided that the next meeting of the Board will be 
held in Louisville at the Executive West during the 
Louisville Invitational Tournament. The time for the 
appeals hearings will be at 2:00 p.m. on Friday, January 16, 
and the regular meeting will be held at 9:00 a.m. on 
Saturday, January 17 

There being no further business, Charlie Wilson made a 
motion, seconded by Tony Olinger, that the meeting be 
adjourned. The motion carried unanimously. 
(Appeals Hearings will appear in the January Athlete). 




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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR DECEMBER, 1986 



1986 KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL PLAYOFFS 
Finals-Fairgrounds Stadium, Louisville, Ky. 



Healh (8-1) 


26 




40 


Healh 27 


Heath 






14 


Healh 


A 


Fori Campbel (5-1) 




12 




39 


Edmonson Counly (8-2) 






Mercer Counly 






Mercer Counly (8 2) 


28 


27 






Cumberland 12 














Beechwood IS 






16 


Henry County 




Carroll Counly (3-6) 




37 






27 


Beechwood (9-1) 


Healh 








Raceland (9 1) 


12 






Cumberland 14 








14 




Cumberland (7-2) 













Cumberland 




Pmev.lle (6-4) 




6 













Phelps (5-3) 








35 


Pikeville 




Pikeville (7-3) 













Maytield (9- 1 ) 


31 








Ma 


lield (OT) 


AA 






Todd Central (5-5) 


12 






Fort Knox 13 




Glasgow (100) 




12 


21 






Newp 


Cent Cath 


20 











Glasgow 




Monroe Counly (5 4) 




18 




Fort Knox (9-1) 


21 






Newpl Cent 


Cath 


28 






20 


Foil Knox 




Anderson Counly (10 0) 













Newpt Cent Cath (8 2) 


Maytield 










Fleming Counly (9 2) 









Corbin b 








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Corbin 






Corbin (8-2) 










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Hazard (5-5) 












12 


Hazard 




Lawrence Counly (4-5) 









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PAGE THREE 



1986 KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL PLAYOFFS 
Finals-Fairgrounds Stadium, Louisville, Ky. 







Paducah Tilghman 


7 


Ow 


lesboro 




29 


Ownesboro 


AAA 






Owensboro 


10 






Mor 


tgomery 


Counly 


16 








15 


14 








Bellry 


Owe 






14 


Easl Hardin 




East Hardin (8-2) 




16 






7 


Montgomery Counly 






Dan 














31 


isboro 












Highlands 




Highlands (10-0) 




35 






3 








Bellr 


1 




21 






21 


Danville 




Danville (7-2) 




13 








Leslie Counly 
















Bellry 


34 



















Marshall Counly (8-1) 


6 


Henderson Counly 




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Boone Counly 


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23 


15 






Henderson Counly (7-2) 


Warren Cenlral 


23 


War, 






16 




Warren Cenlral (9-1) 




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14 




Shelby Counly (7-2) 












18 




14 






Tales Creek (7-3) 


SI Xavier 


27 








21 









Clark Counly (7 1) 


Boone Counly 


27 


Boon 






26 




Boone Counly (8-1) 












12 




Boyd Counly (9-1) 












13 




SI Xavier 


Trimly (9-1) 








10 


30 






DeSales (7-3) 


Male 


3 


Trim 






17 




Male (9-1) 






23 






14 




Holy Cross (6-4) 


Fandale 










42 






Fairdale (9-1) 












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12 








Eastern (6-4) 


SI Xavier 


21 


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7 




SI Xavier (8-2) 











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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR DECEMBER, 1986 



HEATH PIRATES 
CLASS A CHAMPION 




Front Row (L to R) (Bottom): Gary Collier, Jody Stivers, David Grimshaw, Ritchie Crenshaw, Reggie Marshall, Heath 
Cartwright, Brent Nelson, Brad Belt, Paul Nelson, Brent Sanderson, Dennis Cobb. Second Row: Carl Summers, Scott 
Johnson, John Fritz, Devell Grubbs, Garry Hall, Jamie Jones, Jerry Lax, Jody Higdon, Sean White, David Crass, Bret 
Foust. Third Row: Jeft Wallace, Rocky Hayes, David Brown, Kevin Skinner, Aaron Holt, Kevin Lanier, Robbie Estes, Greg 
Armstrong, Van Vannerson, Jim Hobby, Ricky Rollins, Ronnie Cavanah, John Travis. Coaches: Bill Bond, Rodney 
Bushong, Mike Archer. 

CUMBERLAND REDSKINS 
CLASS A RUNNER-UP 










Front Row (L to R): Steve Adams, Eric Jackson, Dale Halcomb, Stacey Bradley, Chip Manuel, Ronnie Dinsmore, Larry 
Nease, Keith Rhymer, Chris Brown, Trampus King, Steve Stearman, Billy Halcomb. Second Row: Kenneth Foster, Brian 
Andrews, Tyrone Foster, Mark Waycaster, Anthony Jenkins, Randall Huff, Mike Gilliam, Kevin Buchanan, Bobby 
Rutherford, Paul Taylor, James Maggard, Kenneth Scott. Third Row: Greg Sturgill, Ernest Baker, Chris Snow, Tyce Lewis, 
Billy Daniels, David Shoupe, Willard Coots, Kevin Creech, Scott Brown, Lee Day, Scott Bailey, Raymond Royce, Jerry 
Gilliam. Fourth Row: Brad Shepherd, Mike Watts, Mark Fields, Mike Krahenbuhl, Kenneth Martin, Jeremy Gibbons, 
Freddie Maggard, Patrick Evans, Ricky Craig, Kevin Rhinehart, Mark Rasnick, Rex Brown, J.D. Dixon. Fifth Row: Ray 
Jenkins, Carl Waycaster, Ron Cain, Mike Ragsdale, Anthony Day, Jody Shepherd, Steven Miles, Tim Cooper, Tim Lewis, 
Greg Coots, Allen Dixon, Scott Dixon, Tommy Adkins, Edward Clark, Dennis Brown. 



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PAGE FIVE 



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MAYFIELD CARDINALS 
CLASS AA CHAMPION 



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Front Row (L to R) (Bottom): Kent Mathis, Joe Lee Johnson, Bart Whitnell, Jeff Dick, Larry Jackson, Rodney Gray, Todd 
Waggoner, David Brickeen, Troy Moore, David Smith, Brian Prince, Kevin Stinson. Second Row: Billy Collins, Matt 
Berhow, Brad Owen, Joe Blair, Chris Carter, Brett Bell, Monty Glisson, Steve Carman, Taylor Colby, Eric Swafford, Chris 
Humphries, Todd Winn. Third Row: Jason VandenBrook, Tim Holt, Kerry Sherrill, Scott Thorpe, Timmy Schlosser, Greg 
Wheeler, Brian Brown, John Williams, Brad Seay, Christ Lykins, Michael Webb. Fourth Row: Ricky Housman, David 
Gibson, Bill Erwin, Jeff Richardson, Chad Work, Ross Mills, William Yarber, Jackie Chapman, Beau Brown, Kevin Mathis, 
Wes Rhodes. 

NEWPORT CENTRAL CATHOLIC THOROUGHBREDS 
CLASS AA RUNNER-UP 






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Front Row (L to R): Mike Borchers, Glenn Myers, Matt Smith, Paul Hehman, Mark Donelan. Second Row: Don Baglien - 
Asst. Coach, Eric Holzderber, Rick Bird, Steve Heeg, Mark Landrum, Hank Twehues, Tom Meyer, Bill Morgan - Asst. 
Coach. Third Row: Marvin Haigis, Jeff Dunn, George Meyers, Tom Rininger, Kevin Vennefron, Jim Keating, Mike Ware, 
Brian Haigis, Craig Cain. Fourth Row: Carl Heck - Asst. Coach, Mike Royalty, Bernie Gallenstein, Joe Neltner, Dave Dee, 
Mark Landrum, Chad Spangler, Matt Twehues, Steve Halpin, Bob Schneider- Head Coach. Fifth Row: Tom Webster, Frank 
Pangallo, Tom Carr, Andy Zimmerman, Don Plummer, Denny Lehmkuhl, Tony Slucher, Jamey Neltner, Mark Berkemeyer. 
Sixth Row: Terry Sandfoss, Brad Murphy, Eric Moore, Tom Meyer, Mike Six, Casey Hennigan, Andy Hogan, Scott Schultz. 
Back Row: Mike Kierman - Asst. Coach, Rob Lehmkuhl, Gary Gabbard, Mike Watson, Tom Bischoff, Frank Jacobs, Larry 
Schweinefus, Keith Hogan, Mitch Messmer, S. Stahl. 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR DECEMBER, 1986 



OWENSBORO RED DEVILS 
CLASS AAA CHAMPION 




Front Row (L to R): Donnie Cooper, Tim Smith, Chris Rumage, Dean Ewing, Roger Simmons, Maurice White, Marshall 
Griffith, Scott Goodwin, Aaron Flowers, Jack Wright, Brent Roberts, Pat Hume, Mark Freer. Second Row: Mark Church, 
Jimmy Boyle, Jeremy Coomes, Scott Hoover, John Ricke, Scott Schmied, David Lyons, John Pratt, Keenan Young, Scott 
Morton, John DeLacey, Herome Somerville. Third Row: Manager- Mike Moore, Greg Lindsey, Clint Cauley, Roger Hester, 
James Smith, ArlandoTinsley, Dexter Goodwin, Wayne Chapman, David Dunn, Clark Nash, Corey Holton, John Hamilton, 
Pete Demko. Back Row: Manager - Mark Moore, Brad Poynter, Brad Schmied, Jim Forsythe, John Foreman, Steve 
O'Bryan, Rob Wimsatt, Chad Embry, Jerel Bradshaw, Marty Teasley, John Iracane, Manager - Jeff Williams, Manager - 
Danny Whitsell. 

BELFRY PIRATES 
CLASS AAA RUNNER-UP 




Front Row (L to R): Steve Chapman - Manager, Steve Adkins, Anthony Tackett, David Tackett, Jimmy Cochran, Keith 
Marcum, D wayne Francisco, John Smith, Van Gibbs, Phillip Hickman, Jeff Trout, Brian Ball - Manager. Second Row: Paul 
Mantfred Slater, Rusty Wallace, Brian Ferrell, David Blackburn. Ricky Jones, David Maynard, Mitch Scott, Doug Webb, 
Doug Hatfield, Jonah Hatfield, Rachel Marcum - Manager. Thrid Row: Cassie Martin - Manager, Keith May, Craig Frazier, 
Scott Stokes, Mark Blackburn, Brian Phillips, Harold Dotson, Eddie Daughtery, Jamie Staggs, Dione Kirby - Manager. 
Fourth Row: Melissa Haywood - Manager, Eddie Williams, David Lee, Bruce Smith, Paul D. Slater, John Warner, Danny 
Smith, Roggi Varney, Mike Scott, Brad Varney, Ronnie Taylor, Tommy Lambert, Joe Francis, Lisa May - Manager. Fifth 
Row: Rhonda May - Manager, Robert Stepp, Chris Ratliff, Randy Webb, Rodney Stanley, Danny Spinks, Joe Pollis, Bill 
Mosley, Robert York, Todd Hinkle, Rudy Akers, Brent Billiter, Richard Stanley, Mitch Salmons. Sixth Row: Royce Mayo - 
Asst. Coach, Brian Scott, Eddie Miller, Roy Bogar, Chuch Zornes, Mike Salmons, Jody Bailey, Chris Romans, Mike 
Phillips, James Key, Kelly Williamson, Jimmy Elkins, Phillip Haywood - Head Coach. Seventh Row: Virgil Rowe - Asst. 
Coach, Tommy Runyon - Asst. Coach, Jamie Varney, Bud Blackburn - Asst. Coach, Pat Campbell, Harry Catron, Grady 
Moore, Joey Staggs, Greg Maynard, Larry Hensley, Eric Varney, Mark Lowe, Leslie Coleman, Darryl Blankenship, Steve 
Mickey - Asst. Coach, Paul May - Asst. Coach. 



From The Commissioner's OMce 



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ATTENTION K.H.S.A.A. BASKETBALL COACHES 

The new rating system which was implemented this year, is dependent uport the 
cooperation of all of the coaches in order to be successful. There are a 
few questions which have cropped up as the season has been progressing which 
need to be answered on a state wide basis. 

you may rate only those officials who work in your games. This means 
if you as a coach watch a game between two other schools, you cannot rate 
those officials. You should however, rate all officials at all of your home 
and away games. 

Secondly, there is some question as to the use of the observers reports. Do 
not send the observers reports to the Association office. They are to be 
used for constructive evaluation of the officials, and if the need exists, 
the information should be forwarded to the Assigning Secretary. This 
evaluation should also serve as a guide for the completion of the rating 
card on each game official, the cards which are to be kept on file for no 
less than two years. 

On the rating cards, there are six questions or qualities which are to be 
"checked with discretion". This means to check these areas if you feel as 
though an official is positive or favorable in these areas. This will help 
in the event of a rating challenge by an officials and in your evaluation. 

DO NOT SEND THE RATING CARDS TO THE OFFICE. Around January 1, you will be 
mailed a list of officials to be used for your final rating. This list will 
contain all officials who are registered and are members of a local 
association. 

Lastly, you will be able to rate officials from outside of your region. If 
you play a school from outside your region, and/or the game officials are 
assigned from outside your region, simply fill out the rating card as you 
would for any other game. Your list of officials to rate at the end of the 
year will contain all officials from throughout the state, and therefore 
will give you the opportunity to rate those out of region officials who have 
worked for you. 

A.C.T. TEST DATES FOR 1986-87 

With the implementation of NCAA Proposition 48, it is important to keep up 
with the test dates for the American College Testing Assessment (ACT test). 
1986-87 the schedule is as follows: 

, t Date Regular Postmark Deadline Late Deadline 

10/25/86 09/26/86 10/14/86 

12/13/86 11/14/86 12/02/86 

02/07/87 01/09/87 01/27/87 

04/11/87 03/13/87 03/31/87 

./87 05/15/87 06/02/87 






REMINDER TO FOOTBALL SCHOOLS 

The first playing date for football in 1987 is August 21. Th< legal 
date for practice is August 1. Keep this in mind in making out your 
schedules. Please remember to inform the office as to open dates. Tin 
also important due to the fact that the new alignment plan for football is 
to be implemented effective with the 1987 season. With the new alignment, 
and the additional week in which to schedule games, it is important 
open dates as soon as possible. At this time, we have the following open 
dates -- 

Week 1 (August 21) - Anderson County, contact Larry Barnett 
(502)839-5118; Bullitt East, contact Coach Keith Collins 
(502)538-7322; Greenup County, contact Dan Mercer, A.D. (606)473-7705; 
Marion County, contact Coach Mark Brown (502)692-6066; Paris, 
contact Randy Reese (606)987-4545; Russell, contact Lafe Walter, A.D. 
(606)836-9650 

Week 2 (August 28) - Anderson County, contact Larry B<j> 
(502)839-5118; Bardstown, contact Coach Garnis Martin (502)348-5913; 
Bullitt East, contact Coach Keith Collins (502)538-7322; Christian 
County, contact Wilton Gant, A.D. (502)887-1100; Conner, cm 
Coach Joe Clark (606)689-7696; Eminence, contact Coach Steve Frommeyer 
(502)845-5427; Madisonville North Hopkins, contact Jan Ireland, A.D. 
(502)825-6017; Owensboro, contact Jack Hicks, A.D. (502)686-1084; 
Russell County, contact Coach Ron Finley (502)866-3341; 
Russellville, contact Wayne Mullen, A.D. (502)726-8421; Trigg 
County, contact Buddy Perry, A.D. (502)522-6072 

Week 3 (September 4) - Boyd County, contact Ed VanHoose 
(606)928-6475; Bullitt East, contact Coach Keith Col 
(502)538-7322; Clay County, contact Coach Eugene Hensley 
(606)598-3737. Russell County, contact Coach Ron Finley (502)866-3341 

Week 4 (September 11) - Boone County, contact Owen Hauck 
(606)283-2795. Boyd County, contact Ed VanHoose (606)928-6475; 
Green County, contact Ivan Curnutte (502)932-7481; Owensboro, 
contact Jack Hicks, A.D. (502)686-1084; Russell, contact Lafe Walter, 
A.D. (606)836-9650; Russell County, contact Coach Ron 
(502)866-3341 

Week 5 (September 18) - Dayton, contact Stan Steidel (606)261-4357; 
Christian County, contact Wilton Gant, A.D. (502)887-1100; Green 
County, contact Ivan Curnutte (502)932-7481; Mayfield, con- 
Sparks, A.D. (502)247-5582 

Week 6 (September 25) - Dayton, contact Stan Steidel (606)261-4357; 
Holmes, contact Coach William Hina (606)292-5845; Russell, coi 
Lafe Walter, A.D. (606)836-9650; Shelby County, contact Coach Tom 



Bechere (502)633-2443 

:ek 7 (October 2 
(502)695-4155 afte 
Brown (502)692-6066 



Week 7 (October 2) - Franklin County, contact Coach Gary De. 
(502)695-4155 after 11:45 a.m.; Marion County, contact 



FOOTBALL OPEN DATES (continued) 

Week 8 (October 9) Bullitt East, contact Coach Keith Col Tins 

(502)538-7322; Christian County, contact Wilton Gant, A.D. 

(502)887-1100; Elkhorn City, contact Jerry Childers, A.D. (606)754-9098; 
Mayfield, contact Bob Sparks, A.D. (502)247-5582 

Week 9 (October 16) Boone County, contact Owen Hauck 
(606)283-2795. Christian County, contact Wilton Gant, A.D. 
(502)887-1100, North Bullitt, contact Bob Wagoner (502)957-2186 

Week 10 (October 23) Boone County, contact Owen Hauck 
(606)283-2795. Glen Oak in Canton, Ohio, contact Ralph CiccarelTi, 
Athletic Administrator (216)492-7455; Owen County, contact Gran Mefford 
(502)484-2715; Shelby County, contact Coach Tom Bechere (502)633-2443; 
Tates Creek, contact coach Joe Ruddell (606)273-1713 

11 (October 30) - Holmes, contact Coach William Hina 
(606)292-5845; Marion County, contact Coach Mark Brown (502)692-6066 

OPEN DATES FOR BASKETBALL SCHOOLS 

The following are the open basketball dates for the current season according 
to information which has been turned in to the office. If any of these dates 
have been filled, please notify the office by phone or in writing. 

University Heights, Hopkinsville, has several open dates in January and 
February. PTease contact Roy Woolum (502)886-0254. 

CTinton County needs girls games throughout the season. Contact Wendell 
Castle (606)387-5569, or 7031. 

Boone County needs one team for its Recorder Classic Tournament, to be 
held during February 4 through 7, 1987. Contact Nell Hensley at 
(606)283-2795, or 331-7578. 

Clark County needs girls basketball games on January 15 and February 9 for 
season. Contact Harry Dinsmore at (606)744-6111. 

CONGRATULATIONS TO SCHOLARSHIPS WINNERS 

The Kentucky High School Athletic Association would like to congratulate Kent 

is of Mayfield, Dwayne Fransisco of Belfry, Craig Mullins of Boone County, 

Idy Maggard, Jr. of Cumberland, Kevin Lanier of Heath, Tom Webster of 

Newport Central Catholic, Scott Schmied of Owensboro and Juan Montano of St. 

Xavier. These eight men were chosen as recipients of $1000 scholarships given 

in the State Football Championships at the National Football 

Foundation Hall of Fame Banquet during the playoffs. Thanks also to the 

of Kentucky High School Athletics and the many other sponsors who 

nake t h . annual event a success. More information on this 

will appear in a later issue of the Athlete. 



IMPORTANT DATES FOR 1986-87 

The following are important dates 
spring sports. 



for member schools participating in 



Sport 


First 


First 


Num. 


State 




Practice 


Contest 
Al 1 owed 


Games 
(Tentative) 


Finals 


Track 


Dec. 1 


Apr. 1 


4-15 


May 30 


Softball 


Feb. 15 


Apr. 1 


35 


May 30 


Golf 


Feb. 15 


Apr. 1 


20 


June 2/3 


Tennis 


Feb. 15 


Apr. 1 


4-20 


June 4/5/6 


Baseball 


Feb. 15 


Apr. 1 


35 


June 5 



SANCTIONS FOR CONTESTS INVOLVING OUT OF STATE TEAMS 

Many questions arise when a member school attempts to schedule a game 
against a team from another state. Remember that the contest must go 
through the proper administrative channels to be considered a legal 
contest. The following can serve as a simple guide to athletic directors 
and principals -- 

If a game involves one Kentucky school and one out of state school, and 
the other state is adjoining to Kentucky, no state Association or National 
Federation sanction is necessary; 

If a meet or tournament involves one or more teams from outside the host 
state, and the invited teams are from adjoining state(s), National 
Federation sanction is not necessary. However the event must be 
sanctioned by the state Associations involved. It is the responsibility 
of the principal of the host school to initiate the sanction procedure; 

In all other cases, both state Association and National Federation 
sanction is required. If you are the host school, contact Anne Wesley 
Mays at the Kentucky High School Athletic Association to obtain the 
sanction forms and begin the sanction process. The sanction process must 
be completed thirty (30) days prior to the event. 

KENTUCKY TENNESSEE ALL STAR FOOTBALL GAME TO BE PLAYED 



The Kentucky and Tennessee High School Coaches Associations, pending NCAA 
approval, will again be sponsoring the All Star Football Game between the 
states at the end of the school year. The game is scheduled for Neyland 
Stadium in Knoxville, to be played Saturday, July 18 at 8:00 P.M 
details are forthcoming. 

CONGRATS TO PARTICIPANTS WHO ARE RANKED IN THE TOP ACADEMIC TWENTY 

The Kentucky Academic Association has instituted a top twenty ranking i 
teams participating in academic competitions. This As 
begun clinics for officials of academic events, started the ; 
academic All State team, and many other things design 
academic competitiors. The K.H.S.A.A. encoura* 
become involved in this worthwhile program. 



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PAGE SEVEN 



ST. XAVIER TIGERS 
CLASS AAAA CHAMPION 







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Front Row (L toR): Jeff Houk, David Butler, Jim Greiner, Jeff Marks, Tommy Kilcourse, Ted Bordador, Herb Schum,T. J. 
Meagher. Second Row: Tony Campbell, Leo Porter, John Topp, Kevin Weis, Tim Campisano, Tommy Hubbs, Kenny 
Bohler, James Parker, Bill Everslage. Third Row: Tim Wimsatt, Lenny Wolz, Shawn Spalding, John Shunnarah, Gray 
Horton, Chris O'Keefe, Ricky Caldwell, Pat Warrington, Tony Miller, Jim Uhls. Fourth Row: Chris Burke, Chuck Kemper, 
Gary Kaelin, John Preston, Jeff McMahon, Mike Essenpreis, Mike Lococo, Kevin Blumeier, Jon Watkins, Dennis 
Guillaume, Keith Askin. Fifth Row: Hugo Hamilton, Mike Dant, Sean Rhiney, Donnie Becht, Mark Spanyer, Jim 
Wiggington, Monte Martin, Richard Blumeier, Steve Smith, Keith Whitlock, Travis Hahn, Chris Parker. Sixth Row: Steve 
Garr, Jason Dusch, Brent Adams, Juan Montano, Kris Mueller, Dwayne Welp, Mike Jury, Todd Marsh, Jack Fry, Mark 
Zoeller, David Mann, Tab Brown, Ricky Martin. Back Row: Shawn Bourke, Paul Byrd, Alex Hill, Mike Kaelin, Mark Mikesell, 
Pat Padden, Eric Ronay, Jeff Schulz, Steve Spears, Scott Thompson. 

BOONE COUNTY REBELS 
CLASS AAAA RUNNER-UP 



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Front Row (L to R): Jon Bernier, Kevin Murphy, Chad Johnson, Phil Dinn, Brian Art, Chris Combs, Adam Westhoff , Jim Art, 
Terry Verax, Greg Garrison, Rick Gibson, David Oakes, Matt Moreland, Randy Harris. Second Row: Robby Domaschdo, 
Mark Davis, Jon Smith, John Ransdell, Tony Law, Bobby Shehan, Kelly Huff, Todd Rich, David Trosper, Mickey Bentley, 
Craig Mullins. Third Row: Kevin Kramer, Chris Thomas, Stacy Deason, Matt Brannum, Troy Pope, Fred Cruzick, Sam 
Daily, Mike Bunkley, Harlen Wheatley, John Kramer, Steve Cox, Chris McCreary, Jack Conrad. Fourth Row: Darren Neely, 
Lance Howard, Rodney Baker, Danny Eglian, Arron Ashcraft, Tim Alexander, Tony Ritter, Steve Martin, Tim Hamilton, 
Todd Perkins, Rodney Hollen, John Bruce. Fifth Row: Nick Ivey, Billy Foulks, Troy Matteoli, Travis Baker, John Lucas, Joe 
Robb, Hank Sleet, Scott Spence, Steve Grant, Doug Barth. 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR DECEMBER, 1986 



1985-86 K.H.S.A.A. ASSIGNMENTS TO DISTRICTS AND REGIONS FOR 
GIRLS AND BOYS BASKETBALL TOURNAMENTS 

REGION I 



D. 1 Carlisle County 

Fulton City 

Fulton County 

Hickman County 
D. 2 Heath 

Lone Oak 

Paducah Tilghman 

Reidland 
D. 3 Ballard Memorial 

Graves County 

St. Mary 
D. 4 Calloway County 

Marshall County 

Mayfield 

Murray 



Bardwell 42023 
Fulton 42041 
Hickman 42050 
Clinton 42031 
West Paducah 42086 
Paducah 42001 
Paducah 42001 
Paducah 42001 
Barlow 42024 
Mayfield 42066 
Paducah 42001 
Murray 42071 
Benton 42025 
Mayfield 42066 
Murray 42071 



Burley Mathis 
J. Virgil Yates 
Larry Gardner 
Ray Wilson 
Tom Lane 

Thomas Stephenson 
Charles Henry 
Don Rudolph 
Bob Rogers 
Jerald Ellington 
David Roof 
Jerry Ainley 
Gene Brooks 
Ralph Colby 
Bill Wells 



Steve Dreher 
Don Hubbard 
David Gallagher 
Mark Cooper 
Charles Hopkins 
Larry Hopper 
Berny Miller 
Joe Mathis 
B.B. Kendrick 
Curtis Turley 
Rudy Carrico 
Jack Pack 
Alan Hatcher 
Roger Fields 
Cary Miller 



Richard Brazzell 
Wyane Lohaus 
Steve Coulson 
Gerald Vaughn 
Bobby Noles 
Mike Clark 
Beverly Duckwyler 
Tony Burkeen 
Hugh Wear 
Wayne Wadlington 
Randy Brunkow 
Rose Ross 
Howard Beth 
Lanny Lancaster 
Jimmy Harrell 



REGION II 



Caldwell County 

Crittenden County 

Livingston Central 

Lyon County 

Trigg County 

Henderson County 

Providence 

Union County 

Webster County 

Dawson Springs 

Madisonville - North Hopkins 

South Hopkins 

West Hopkins 

Christian County 

Fort Campbell 

Hopkinsville 

University Heights 



Princeton 42445 
Marion 42064 
Smithland 42081 
Eddyville 42038 
Cadiz 42211 
Henderson 42420 
Providence 42450 
Morganfield 42437 
Dixon 42409 
Dawson Springs 42408 
Madisonville 42431 
Nortonville 42442 
Nebo 42441 
Hopkinsville 42240 
Fort Campbell 42223 
Hopkinsville 42240 
Hopkinsville 42240 



Dr. Roy Woodward 
Kent Barnes 
Jim Edwards 
Buddy L. Nichols 
August J. Pisa 
Howard Crittenden 
Willis Simpson 
Richard Vincent 
Bob Gillaspie 
Philip D. Back 
Kennith Bargo 
William Dunning 
Gary Morgan 
Barney Thweatt 
Gary Stewart 
Harold Wood 
Robert Baker 



Harry Byrd 
Hank Bowen 
Mike Riley 
Dean Buchanan 
George Radford 
Bill Loney 
Norman Manasco 
Tris Kington 
Tom Cummings 
Philip Back 
Don Parson 
Charles Hayslip 
Jim Beshear 
Lyle Dunbar 
Micky Fisher 
Daryl Hallmark 
Roy Woolum 



William Fralick 
Jimmy Croft 
Glen Ringstaff 
Sherry Davis 
Mike Wright 
Mark Motsinger 
Brad Fasier 
Gerald Tabor 
Phil Gibson 
Mark Adams 
Cindy Fitch 
Bobby Fox 
Darrell Allen 
Lynn Colley 
Ken Killebrew 
Bob McCord 



REGION III 



D. 9 Apollo 

Daviess County 

Owensboro 

Owensboro Catholic 
D. 10 Bremen 

Central City 

Drakes boro 

Graham 

Greenville 

Hughes-Kirk 

Muhlenberg Central 
D. 11 Breckinridge County 

Frederick Fraize 

Hancock County 

St. Romuald 

Trinity (Whitesville) 
D. 12 Fordsville 

Grayson County 

McLean County 

Ohio County 



Owensboro 42301 
Owensboro 42301 
Owensboro 42301 
Owensboro 42301 
Bremen 42325 
Central City 42330 
Drakesboro 42337 
Graham 42344 
Greenville 42345 
Beechmont 42323 
Powderly 42367 
Harned 40144 
Cloverport40111 
Lewisport 42351 
Hardinsburg 40143 
Whitesville 42378 
Fordsville 42343 
Leitchfield 42754 
Calhoun 42327 
Hartford 42347 



Kenneth Baughn 
Waymond Morris 
Bill Van Winkle 
Joe O'Bryan 
Ken Arbuckle 
Jim Wilcox 
Randy Everly 
Carl Sparks 
Steve Knight 
Allen Miller 
Perry Hill 
Rob Cox 
Ed Belcher 
Ann Evans 
David Sharpe 
Sr. Stephanie Warren 
Dr. Leonard Ralph 
Ted White 
Donald R. Hayes 
Walter Freeman 



John Whitmer 
Ray Maggard 
Randy Embry 
Bill Roberson 
Bryan Whitaker 
Tony Hopper 
Robie Harper 
Taylor Sparks 
Mike Deaton 
Randy Ursrey 
Dale Todd 
Dean Hobbs 
Robert Geoghegan 
Don Unrah 
Tom Wheatley 
Larry Farmer 
Steve Patton 
Charles Crain 
Ricky Johnson 
Steve Winkler 



Willis McClure 
Harold Wilson 
Jerry Rhodes 
Mike Reeves 
Eddie Lewis 
Steve Sparks 
Carl Tatum 
Timothy Bowling 
Linda Donovan 
Jim Milam 
Sam Sparks 
Jeff Patton 

L. Jarboe/B. Mathew 

Joy Coomes 
Darline Ashby 
E.E. "Red" McGhee 
Andy Groves 
Janet Magan 



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REGION IV 



D. 13 Butler County 

Logan County 

Russellville 

Todd County Central 
D. 14 Bowling Green 

Franklin-Simpson 

Potter Christian 

Warren Central 

Warren East 
D. 15 Allen County-Scottsville 

Barren County 

Edmonson County 

Glasgow 
D. 16 Clinton County 

Cumberland County 

Metcalfe County 

Monroe County 



Morgantown 42261 
Russellville 42276 
Russellville 42276 
Elkton 42220 
Bowling Green 42101 
Franklin 42134 
Bowling Green 42101 
Bowling Green 42101 
Bowling Green 42101 
Scottsville 421 64 
Glasgow 42141 
Brownsville 42210 
Glasgow 42141 
Albany 42602 
Burkesville 42717 
Edmonton 42129 
Tompkinsville 42167 



David Stephens 
Howard Gorrell 
Wallace Mason 
Harold Ross 
W.A. Franklin 
Frank Cardwell 
Don Sims 
David D. Crowe 
Joe Watkins 
Bennie Keen 
James Coomer 
Stan Alexander 
John W. McCarley 
David Warinner 
Ronnie Skipworth 
Hurshel Toms 
Prentice Stanford 



J. Norm Weaver 
Barry Reed 
Jeff Edwards 
Fred Harper 
Ernie Simpson 
Wendell Brown 
Don Sims 
Mike Flynn 
Tommy Compton 
Mark Williams 
Tom Crews 
Gary Meredith 
Bobby Cook 
Allen Feldhaus, Jr 
David Wells 
Tim McMurtrey 
Sonny Oliphant 



Gary Wallace 
Jim Thompson 
Matt Tipton 
Jimmy Chapman 
Clarence Thomas 
Damon Tabor 
Lori Dupree 
Vanous Lloyd 
Fred Carter 
David Young 
Joey Downs 
Rick White 
Terry Flatt 
Mike Conner 
Tom Watson 
Gary Richardson 
Bill McClendon 



REGION V 



D. 17 East Hardin 
Elizabethtown 
Fort Knox 
Meade County 
North Hardin 
West Hardin 

D. 18 Caverna 

Green County 
Hart County 
LaRue County 

D. 19 Bardstown 
Bethlehem 
Nelson County 
Washington County 

D. 20 Adair County 
Campbellsville 
Marion County 
Taylor County 



Glendale 42740 
Elizabethtown 42701 
Fort Knox 40121 
Brandenburg 40108 
Radcliff 401 60 
Stephensburg 42781 
Horse Cave 42749 
Greensburg 42743 
Munfordville 42765 
Hodgenville 42748 
Bardstown 40004 
Bardstown 40004 
Bardstown 40004 
Springfield 40069 
Columbia 42728 
Campbellsville 42718 
Lebanon 40033 
Campbellsville 42718 



Don McKinney 
William G. Twyman 
Williams S. Johns 
Vernon Wilson 
Ray Story 
William Kelley 
Dr. LeLand Clack 
Forrest Kelly 
Robert Nash 
Phil Eason 
Jude Talbott 
Sr. Margart Willis 
John K. Snider 
William Hardin 
George Critz 
Charles Richardson 
Charles E. Crawley 
Donald Skaggs 



Bo O'Brien 
Gary French 
Larry Cheatham 
Larry Miller 
Ron Bevars 
Harry Wright 
Steve Bowers 
David Sparkman 
Ricky Line 
Don Cunningham 
Timothy McDough 
Bev Hart 
Ken Simpson 
Whitey Simpson 
Keith Young 
Sam Karr 
Tim Davis 
Fred Waddle 



Terry Buckles 
Leon Blair 
Richard Henson 
Bob Pollock 
Pat Tully 
Kenny Lane 
Phil Gowdy 
David Spachman 
Mindy Daniels 
Gary Canter 
James Higgins 
Todd Gilley 
Minor Harmon 
Bill Newton 
Gregg Bardin 
Marion Hall 
Beverly Roby 
Rollin McQueary 



REGION VI 



Central 

Portland Christian 

Presentation 

Shawnee 

Southwest Christian 

Butler 

Holy Cross (Louisville) 

Pleasure Ridge Park 

Western 

Beth Haven 

Doss 

Fairdale 

Valley 

DeSales 

Evangel Christian 

Holy Rosary 

Iroquois 

Southern 



Louisville 40203 
Louisville 40212 
Louisville 40203 
Louisville 40212 
Louisville 40272 
Louisville 40216 
Louisville 40216 
Louisville 40258 
Louisville 40216 
Valley Station 40272 
Louisville 40214 
Fairdale 40218 
Louisville 40272 
Louisville 40214 
Louisville 40219 
Louisville 40214 
Louisville 40215 
Louisville 40218 



Geneva M. Hawkins 
Ted Hardin 

Sis. Maureen Coughlm 
Harold Fenderson 
Rosemary Hatcher 
Kenneth Frick 
Ted Pearce 
Charles Miller 
John Turner 
John O. Russell 
Gordon Milby 
Marilyn Hohmann 
Terry W. Shinkle 
Ray Rieber 
Greg Holt 
Beverly McAuliffe 
Harry O. Tibbs 
James Burch 



Ralph Johnson 
Earl Mullins 

Stuart Wilson 
Don Jones 
Tim Mappin 
Bill Yates 
Dale Mabrey 
Bobby Jones 
Joe Bailey 
Leon Mudd 
Stan Hardin 
Fred Copass 
Mike Campbell 
Jim Blandford 

Estil Griffis 
Steve Kinney 



Lou Wheeler 

Rick Powell 
Kyra Anglinlter 
Joe Raymond 
Mike Johnson 
Steve Kaufman 
Larry Pack 
Charles Shipley 
Dave Hicks 
Terri Keown 
Betty Thornsbeiry 
Bob Durham 



Raymond Koch 
Von Macklin 
Bill Brown 



REGION VII 



Brown 

DuPont Manual 

Louisville Collegiate 

Male 

Mercy Academy 

Ninth & O Baptist Academy 

St. Francis 

St. Xavier 



Louisville 40202 
Louisville 40208 
Louisville 40204 
Louisville 40203 
Louisville 40204 
Louisville 40208 
Louisville 40202 
Louisville 40217 



Douglas Proctor 
Joe Liedtke 
Douglas Mackelcan 
R. Ted Boehm 
Mary Boyce 
Dan Stevens 
Tom Pike, III 
Edward Driscoll 



George Walker 
Fred Holden 
Mark Cunningham 
Maurice Payne 

Paul Schuster 

Joe Bergamini 



Kenny Smith 
Wendy Martin 
Tena Leahy 
Jim Protenic 



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D. 26 Assumption 

Atherton 

Christian Academy-Louisville 

Seneca 

Trinity (Louisville) 
D. 27 Fern Creek 

Jeffersontown 

Moore 

Walden 
D. 28 Ballard 

Eastern 

Kentucky Country Day 

Sacred Heart 

Waggener 



Louisville 40205 
Louisville 40205 
Louisville 40207 
Louisville 40220 
Louisville 40207 
Louisville 40291 
Jeffersontown 40299 
Louisville 40228 
Louisville 40207 
Louisville 40222 
Louisville 40243 
Louisville 40222 
Louisville 40206 
Louisville 40207 



Karen Russ 
Stanley Whitaker 
Joyce Marcy 
John Whiting 
Peter Flaig 
Dr. Judy Birkhead 
Byron Bell 
George Carson 
John Gernert 
Alexandra Allen 
Harold E. Andrews 
Thomas Monaco 
Louise Marie Willenbrink 
Donna R. Ludwig 



Bill Moore 
Mike Brown 
Glenn Collie 
Joe Thompson 
George Abernathy 
Don Hottman 
Tommy Finnegan 
David Moss 
Scott Davenport 
Bill Kercher 
Kevin Sullivan 

Rod Driggers 



Stephanie Greathouse 
Jerry Wilson 
Pam Sullivan 
Leonard Coulter 

Jamie Waddel 
Art Olliges 
Phil Ritz 

Wayne Walker 
Ron Gathright 
John Filar 
Bunny Daugherty 
Bob Stewart 



REGION VIII 



D. 29 Bullitt Central 
Bullitt East 
North Bullitt 
Spencer County 

D. 30 Anderson County 
Eminence 
Henry County 
Shelby County 
Western Anderson 

D. 31 Carroll County 
Gallatin County 
Oldham County 
Trimble County 

D. 32 Grant County 
Owen County 
Scott County 
Williamstown 



Shepherdsville 40165 
Mt. Washington 40047 
Shepherdsville 40165 
Taylorsville 40071 
Lawrenceburg 40342 
Eminence 40019 
New Castle 40050 
Shelbyville 40065 
Lawrenceburg 40342 
Carrollton 41008 
Warsaw 41094 
Buckner 40010 
Bedford 40006 
Dry Ridge 41035 
Owenton 40359 
Georgetown 40324 
Williamstown 41097 



George Valentine 

Ray Foster 

C.T. Collins 

Jim Huggins 

Larry K. Barnett 

David Baird 

Brad Hargrove 

Sam W. Chandler 

M. Kent Stevens 

Mr. William Cord 

Bill Prewitt 

Blake Haselton 

Jim Bishop 

John Brill 

Kenneth B. Gray 

Tom Sims 

S.D. Wagoner/R. Milburn 



Bill Schott 
David Shelburne 
Garry Jervis 
Larry Stamper 
Mark Green 
Randy Mefford 
John Roberts 
Tom Creamer 
Glenn Drury 
Bobby Simpson 
Tom Haney 
Bob Hoggard 
Jim Hurst 
Carroll Yager 
Dominicue Fucci 
Everette Varney 
David Miller 



John Crow 
Jerry Troutman 
Phil Berry 
Melanie Wise 
Bill Pickett 
Don Van Meter 
Paula Martin 
Charlotte Chowning 
Jimmy Young 
Michelle Duvall 
Jim Hinsdale 
Dave Weedman 
J.T. Peniston 
Bill Davidson 
Delmas Castle 
Bruce Bottoms 
Bert Hensley 



REGION IX 



D. 33 Boone County 

Conner 

Dixie Heights 

Lloyd Memorial 

Simon Kenton 

St. Henry 

Walton Verona 
D. 34 Beechwood 

Covington Catholic 

Covington Latin 

Holmes 

Holy Cross (Covington) 

Ludlow 

Notre Dame 

Villa Madonna 
D. 35 Bellevue 

Dayton 

Newport 

Newport Central Catholic 
D. 36 Bishop Brossart 

Campbell County 

Highlands 

Scott 

Silver Grove 



Florence 41042 
Hebron 41048 
Ft. Mitchell 40117 
Erianger 41018 
Independence 41051 
Elsmere 41018 
Walton 41094 
Ft. Mitchell 41017 
Covington 41011 
Covington 41011 
Covington 41014 
Covington 41015 
Ludlow 41016 
Covington 41011 
Covington 41016 
Bellevue 41073 
Dayton 41074 
Newport 41071 
Newport 41071 
Alexandria 41001 
Alexandria 41001 
Fort Thomas 41075 
Covington 41015 
Silver Grove 41085 



William F. Baker 

Paul Hogan 

Jim Jenkins 

William Steiden 

Robert Abell 

Ron Albrinck 

Frank Lyons 

Gene Sell 

Paul Brinker 

Rev. James Ryan 

Gene Dupin 

Bill Goller 

Tom Holloway 

Sis. Mary Rita 

Sr. Nancy Kordenbrock 

William Dosch 

Tom Hood 

George Frakes 

Carl Foster 

Thomas Seither 

Raymond E. lies 

Chester Turner 

Robert Konerman 

Tim Barrow 



Jay Mulcahy 
Bill Warfield 
Dean Fookes 
David Otte 
Donnie McFarland 
Ron Dawn 
Steve Wright 
Keen Babbage 
Dan Tieman 
Gene Morrison 
Reynolds Flynn 
Pat Ryan 
Ray Thompson 



Mike Swauger 
Stan Steidel 
Jack Patterson 
Mark Krebs 
Todd Kofler 
Bob Jones 
Ken Shields 
Carl Wenderoth 
Ed Cravens 



Nell Hensley 
Tim Shields 
Dave Sorrell 
Carl Schwierjohann 
Gerry Scaringi 
Ray Kues 
Bob Murdock 
Frank Seta 



Dennis Soard 
Bill Goller 
Roger Lewis 
Nancy Berger 
Kim Gunning 
Gary Akers 
Mike Herald 
Sharon Dageford 
Sandi Woeste 
Ray Hildebrand 
Margi McKenna 
Don Dobson 
Linda Moore 
James Elam 



REGION X 



D. 37 Bourbon County 
Harrison County 
Millersburg Military Inst. 
Nicholas County 
Paris 

D. 38 Augusta 

Bracken County 



Paris 40361 
Cynthiana 41031 
Millersburg 40348 
Carlisle 40311 
Paris 40361 
Augusta 41002 
Brooksville 41004 



Wilson Sears 
Jerry Jenkins 
Cary Barr 
Greg Reid 
Homer H. Goins 
Walter Reinhart 
Joe Seavers 



Russ Day 
Woody Crum 
Cary Barr 
Lee Cruse 
Bob Eades 
Steve Simpson 
Robert Hall 



Jim Ishmael 
Virgil Jenkins 

Barbara Kenney 
Connie Appelman 
Carrie Appleman 
Ralph Brown 



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Deming 
Pendleton County 

D. 39 Fleming County 

Mason County 

Maysville 

St. Patrick 

Tollesboro 
D. 40 Bath County 

Estill County 

George Rogers Clark 

Montgomery County 



Mt. Olivet 41064 
Falmouth 41040 

Flemingsburg 41041 
Maysville 41056 
Maysville 41056 
Maysville 41056 
Tollesboro 41189 
Owingsville 40360 
Irvine 40336 
Winchester 40391 
Mt. Sterling 40353 



Larry Kelsch 
Larry Sutton 

Joe Dan Gold 
Kirby Wright 
Sam Hall 

Sis. Louisa Dwyer 
Jimmy Staton 
Ewell Smoot, Jr. 
Dr. Russell Bowen 
Dr. Richard Hughes 
David Points 



Gary McKinney 
Gary Turner 

Charles Adams 
Allen Feldhaus 
Mike Reitz 
Lex Turner 
Randy Harrison 
Roy Wright 
Dick Webb 
Guy Strong 
Bart Rison 



Larry Allison 
Bob Taylor 

Billy Calvert 
Bob Hutchison 
Joe McKay 
John Chambeilain 

Hopey Newkiik 
Kevin Sargent 
Lisa Goodin 
Sharon White 



REGION XI 



D. 41 Frankfort 

Franklin County 

Western Hills 

Woodford County 
D. 42 Jessamine County 

Lexington Catholic 

Sayre 
D. 43 Bryan Station 

Henry Clay 

Lafayette 

Tates Creek 
D. 44 Berea 

Madison 

Madison Central 

Model 



Frankfort 40601 
Frankfort 40601 
Frankfort 40601 
Versailles 40383 
Nicholasville 40356 
Lexington 40503 
Lexington 40507 
Lexington 40505 
Lexington 40502 
Lexington 40503 
Lexington 40502 
Berea 40403 
Richmond 40475 
Richmond 40475 
Richmond 40475 



Mike Oder 
Robert Hoagland 
Dr. Fred Simpson 
Ken Tippett 
John Harrod 
Sister Lea 
Tom Grunwald 
Jon Akers 
Bill Hurt 
Dwight L Price 
Ken Cox 
Dr. Betty Watson 
Hubert Broaddus 
Frank Nassida 
Bruce Bonar 



Russ Wall 
Gary Moore 
Joe Rogers 
Gene Kirk 
Joe Crouse 
Danny Haney 
Jim Lankster 
Bobby Washington 
Al Prewitl 
Don Harville 
Nolan Barger 
Stephen Riddle 
Philip Runyon 
Don Richardson 
Shirley Kearns 



Albert Wall 
Sally Gaines 
Homer Calvert 
Bill Hill 
Glen Teater 
James Taylor 
Ray Hoesteray 
Steve Ward 
Robert Tripure 
Brent Arnold 
Danny Ellison 
Bill Smallwood 
Velmar Millet 
Frank Ray 
Carol Christian 



REGION XII 



D. 45 Boyle County 

Danville 

Kentucky School f/t Deaf 

Lincoln County 
D. 46 Burgin 

Garrard County 

Harrodsburg 

Mercer County 
D. 47 McCreary Central 

Monticello 

Russell County 

Wayne County 
D. 48 Casey County 

Laurel County 

Pulaski County 

Somerset 



Danville 40422 
Danville 40422 
Danville 40422 
Stanford 40484 
Burgin 40310 
Lancaster 40444 
Harrodsburg 40330 
Harrodsburg 40330 
Stearns 42647 
Monticello 42633 
Russell Springs 42642 
Monticello 42633 
Liberty 42539 
London 40741 
Somerset 42501 
Somerset 42501 



Arnold Marshall 
Don M. Turner 
Thomas Kearns 
Jack D. Portwood 
Richard Carlton 
Johnnie Ray Laswell 
Gary Rye 
James Gash 
Bobby Nelson 
Richie Huff 
Donnie Morrison 
George Owen Horton 
James Beeler 
Carl Patton 
Larry Stewart 
Curt Wallace 



Tommy Mills 
David Cottrell 
Clyde Mohan 
Nelson Moore 
Don Irvine 
Dale Moore 
Barry Welty 
Gary Lawson 
Jerry Stephens 
Wade Upchurch 
Kay Morris 
Rodney Woods 
Jack Stanford 
Charles Broughton 
Dave Fraley 
Kirk Chiles 



Morris Stewart 
Angela Taylor 
Paul Smiley 
Rod Waldroup 
Deborah S. Perry 
Kenneth Hurt 
Frank Kemplin 
Gary Kidwell 
Jerry Dan Ross 
Gary Abbott 
Keith Ellis 
Wayne Ryan 
Greg Scholl 
Roy Bowling 
Larry Hurt 
Bob Tucker 



REGION XIII 



Clay County 

Jackson County 

Oneida Baptist Institute 

Rockcastle County 

Barbourville 

Corbin 

Knox Central 

Lynn Camp 

St. Camillus 

Whitley County 

Williamsburg 

Bell County 

Middlesboro 

Pineville 

Red Bird 

Cawood 

Cumberland 

Evarts 

Harlan 



Manchester 40962 
McKee 40447 
Oneida 40972 
Mt. Vernon 40456 
Barbourville 40906 
Corbin 40701 
Barbourville 40906 
Corbin 40701 
Corbin 40701 
Williamsburg 40769 
Williamsburg 40769 
Pineville 40977 
Middlesboro 40965 
Pineville 40977 
Beverly 40913 
Harlan 40831 
Cumberland 40823 
Evarts 40828 
Harlan 40831 



Lee Brown 
Dr. Russell Bowen 
Larry Gritton 
Cleston Saylor 
James Davis 
Ray Tipton 
Andy Dunn 
Clayton Taylor 
Sister Amabilis 
Harold Gordon 
Jack Foley 
Lowell Turner 
Darryl Wilder 
Patrick Clore 
Olen Taylor Collins 
Joshua Hensley 
Murris Wilder 
Wallace Napier, Jr. 
Bob R. Morris 



Bobby Keith 
Eddie Morgan 
Larry Gritton 
David Perkins 
Vencil "Dinky" Phipps 
Bill Hicks 
Bill Swafford 
Clyde Dixon 

Bill Perkins 
Richard Prewitt 
J.D. Strange 
Larry Bruner 
David Clark 
Charles Minks 
Mike Jones 
Ralph Roberts 
David Parks 
Kevin Ball 



Donnie Gray 
Robert Lakes 
Margaret Adkins 
Preston Parrett 

Gerald Foley 
Dapne Goodin 
Sharon Oxindine 

Jim Rains 
Ray Martin 
Wayne Walters 
Ken Condra 
Darwin Walters 
Cathy Short 
Tom Mouyeos 
John Bond 
Earl Rogers 
Debbie Brown 



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D. 53 Fleming-Neon 

Jenkins 

Letcher 

Whitesburg 
D. 54 Buckhorn 

Dilce Combs 

Hazard 

Leslie County 

M.C. Napier 
D. 55 Breathitt County 

Cordia 

June Buchanan 

Knott County Central 

Riverside Christian 
D. 56 Jackson City 

Lee County 

Owsley County 

Powell County 

Wolfe County 



D. 57 Johnson Central 
Magoffin County 
Paintsville 
Sheldon Clark 

D. 58 Allen Central 
Betsy Layne 
McDowell 
Prestonsburg 
Wheelwright 

D 59 Dorton 
Millard 
Mullins 
Pikeville 
Virgie 

D. 60 Belfry 

Elkhorn City 
Feds Creek 
Johns Creek 
Phelps 



Neon 41840 
Jenkins 41537 
Letcher 41832 
Whitesburg 41858 
Buckhorn 41721 
Jeff 41751 
Hazard 41701 
Hyden 41749 
Hazard 41701 
Jackson 41339 
Hazard 41701 
Pippa Passes 41844 
Hindman 41822 
Lost Creek 41348 
Jackson 41339 
Beattyville 41311 
Booneville 41314 
Stanton 40380 
Campton 41365 



Paintsville 41240 
Salyersville 41465 
Paintsville 41240 
Inez 41224 
Eastern 41 622 
Betsy Layne 41 605 
McDowell 41647 
Prestonsburg 41653 
Wheelwright 41669 
Dorton 41520 
Pikeville 41501 
Pikeville 41501 
Pikeville 41501 
Virgie 41572 
Belfry 41514 
Elkhorn City 41522 
Feds Creek 41524 
Pikeville 41501 
Phelps 41553 



REGION XIV 

David D. Jones 
Carson Slone 
Sherrill Slone 
U.G. Horn 
Dennis Wooton 
Doug Campbell 
Hargus Rogers 
Omus Shepherd 
Harold Combs 
William A. Toler 
Bobby Ralph Smith 
Otis H. Balkcom 
Brady Slone 
Doran Hostetler 
Dwight D. Johnson 
Gary Pack 
Russell Duff 
Charles L. Childers 
Charles E. Tapley 

REGION XV 

Paul Sester 
Ronald Gullett 
Grayson Boyd 
John Haney 
Don Daniels 
Gene Davis 
Gary Frazier 
Robert May 
Lonnie Slone 
Glenn Wallace 
Robert Wright 
Richard Goodman 
Tom Swartz 
Phillip Johnson 
Frank Welch 
James Hawkins 
Dorse Adkins 
Ronald Thompson 
John O'Brien 

REGION XVI 



Tommy Day 
Harvey Tackett 
Dan Bates 
Darrell Bell 
John Paul Amis 
Harold Combs 
Roy McKamey 
Ronald Stidham 
Denny Fugate 
Glen Napier 
William Madden 
Gary Gibson 
Rhett Gibson 
Doran Hostetler 
Marcus Wall 
Daryl Hogan 
Charlie Turner 
Lonnie Morris 
Robert Creech 



Danny Adams 
Bill M. Runyon 
Dave Butcher 
John Martin 
Craynor Slone 
Rick Hall 
Jeff Riley 
Monroe Jones 
Gene Tackett 
Steve Deskins 
Gordon Parido 
Howard Wallen 
Bobby Osborne 
Tommy Dean Runyon 
Leon Stewart 
Ralph Good 
David Rowe 
Dale Hunt 



Larry & Sue Kincer 
Debra Oden 
Sherry Caudill 
John High 
Peggy Moore 
Doug Campbell 
William Fannin 
Wendell Wilson 
Oramious Napier. Jr 
J. P. Deaton 
Zella/Elmer Combs 
Mildred Nutter 
Larry Hayes 
Elaine Gibson 
Terry Wall 
Teresa York 
Randall Spencer 
Lyn Stidham 
Roger Drake 



Jackie Howard 
Dwight Burchett 
Robin Harmon 
Bonita Compton 
Diane Robinson 
Doug DeRossett 
Briget Clay 
Judy Eversole 
Bobby Spears 
Margaret Ellison 
Delores Meek 
Libby White 
Wanda Hall 
Howard Hatfield 
Elmer Kendrick 
David Slone 
Eugene Lyons 
Ronnie Preece 



D. 61 Menifee County 
Morgan County 
Rowan County 

D. 62 East Carter 
Elliott County 
Lewis County 
West Carter 

D. 63 Fairview 

Greenup County 

Raceland 

Russell 

D. 64 Boyd County 

Lawrence County 
Paul Blazer 



Frenchburg 40322 
West Liberty 41472 
Morehead 40351 
Grayson 41143 
Sandy Hook 41171 
Vanceburg 41179 
Olive Hill 41164 
Ashland 41101 
Greenup 41144 
Raceland 41169 
Russell 41169 
Ashland 41101 
Louisa 41230 
Ashland 41101 



Steve Bayko 
John Johnston 
Marvin Moore 
Harlan Fleming 
Jody Sword 
Maurice Reeder Jr. 
George Steele 
Robert Morrison 
Alice Johnson 
John Stephens 
Jerry Blanchard 
Brice Thornbury 
John Turner 
Jay Hutchinson 



Jerry Young 
George Bellamy 
Tim Moore 
Charles Baker 
Scotty Johnston 
Gary Kidwell 
Jim Webb 
Jim Day 
Randy Ward 
Ron Reed 
Marvin Meredith 
Roger Zornes 
Rob Hall 
Bob Umberger 



James Trimble 
Dean Rowland 
Claudia Hicks 
Brian Buck 
Terry Puckett 
Tammy Hall 
John Brown 
Judy Thomas 
Robert Bryson 
Randell Vanderhoof 
Mary Robinson 
Paul Rice 
Lynn Miley 
Connie Ryan 



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Dr., P.O. Box 22280, Lexington, KY 40522. 

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(1984-1989) Lexington, Grant Talbott (1984-1988) Owensboro. 
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National Federation survey indicates schools favor 
drug education, prevention 



An overwhelming maionty of high 
schools surveyed by the National 
Federation are not involved in drug 
testing and favor prevention and 
education programs to solve the drug 
and alcohol problems of the nation's 
youth 

Only 15 of the 1.209 high schools 
that responded to the survey (1.2 
percent) currently have drug-testing 
programs, while an additional seven 
schools are planning to implement 
programs this fall 

Of the 29 state association offices 
that responded to the survey, 100 
percent supported the National 
Federation's position that drug testing 
not be recommended at the high 
school level 

"The purpose of the survey was to 
identify schools involved in drug 
testing and ones contemplating it," 
said Charles Stebbins, director of the 
National Federation's Target program, 
which is designed to help students 
cope with alcohol and drugs. "We also 
wanted to determine whether schools 
were in favor of implementing drug 
testing in high schools 

'The answer we received was very 
clear, that high schools are not in favor 
of drug testing. Even the 27 percent 
who expressed an interest in drug 
testing qualified their responses in 
some way or another." 

Questionnaires were mailed to all 51 
state association offices for 
distribution to high school principals 
in their own state Although some 
states did not participate in the survey 
for various reasons, responses were 
received from 1 ,209 high schools in 36 
different states. Schools responding 
ranged in enrollment from 200 to 3,000 
students. 

Ninety-four percent of the high 
schools that responded reported no 



current drug-testing program About 
five percent did not respond, and 
approximately one percent (15 
schools) have drug-testing programs 

Fifty-five percent of the respondents 
were not in favor of any type of 
drug testing program, and the 27 
percent who were in favor of drug 
testing listed the following problems 
associated with implementing and 
maintaining programs in high schools 
(1) parents deny the existence of a 
problem. (2) parents are resistant to 
school efforts, (3) c I aims of viol ati on of 
student's rights. (4) student 
participation in athletics dropped 
noticeably from fall to spring (unsure 
whether this was due to drug testing) 
and (5) difficult to implement testing 
procedures for other activities and 
entire student body. Eighteen percent 
did not respond to the question 

Respondents identified three 
positive results from implementation 
of drug-testing programs: (1 ) students 
needing help were identified and 
placed in treatment, (2) parents were 
grateful and cooperative when 
realizing the school was doing 
something and (3) school-related 
parent groups approved 

In addition, the 27 percent who said 
they favored drug testing listed 
numerous qualifications These 
schools said they would implement a 
drug-testing program only if (1) 
mandated, (2) there was a program 
established to deal with those who 
tested positive, (3) it was to confirm 
suspicion of student use, (4) all 
students were tested and not only 
those involved in athletics, (5) research 
shows a need, (6) all students and staff 
were tested, (7) it is a part oi a 
comprehensive prevention and 
education program, (8) it related to a 
court order and (9) it were a part of a 



state or national program. Some also 
indicated implementation of a 
drug testing program would depend on 
the community 

Other reasons listed for not 
implementing a drug-testing program 
were legal ramifications, costs, quality 
control and appropriate actions when 
individuals tested positive 

About 300 schools (25 percent) 
indicated that they currently provide 
an alcohol and drug education 
program for their students 
Respondents listed a number of 
programs, including the National 
Federation's Target Program. 

"Many people are proclaiming drug 
testing as the panacea to eliminate the 
problem." Stebbins said. The real 
answer to the problem of drug and 
alcohol abuse at the high school level 
is education and prevention, not drug 
testing. 

"We are encouraging schools to 
place more emphasis on the 
development of alcohol/drug 
prevention and education programs, 
and it is obvious from the survey thata 
majority of the schools are headed in 
that direction." 

The National Federation's Target 
program, with Nancy Reagan as the 
honorary chairman, is working with the 
51 state associations to help students 
cope with alcohol and drugs. Target 
promotes and provides training 
programs that educate and promote 
the prevention of drugs and alcohol 
among school-aged youth. 

"The use of drugs by young people is 
one of our country's greatest 
problems." said Mrs. Reagan. "Drugs 
are ruining the minds and bodies of our 
children, and if we don't do something 
now to change the situation, we are in 
danger of losing an entire generation," 



Reprinted from National Federation News - Sept. 1986 



The Kentucky High School Athlete 

Official Publication of the 
Kentucky High School Athletic Association 



VOL. XLIX NO. 6 



JANUARY, 1987 



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MINUTES 

OF THE 

APPEALS 

HEARINGS 

November 28, 1986 



The Board of Control of the Kentucky High School 
Athletic Association met at the Executive Inn East in 
Louisville, Kentucky on Friday morning, November 28, 
1986, for the purpose of hearing appeals. The meeting was 
called to order by President Chester Turner at 9:00 am 
Present were all Board Members, Commissioner Tom 
Mills, Executive Assistant Billy V Wise, Asst 
Commissioners Brigid DeVries and Louis Stout, Sports 
Information Director Julian Tackett and Lloyd Redman, 
representing the State Department of Education. The 
invocation was given by Mr Sam Chandler 

President Turner called on Mr Raymond Rieber, 
representing the Catholic Schools in Jefferson County, 
who had requested a hearing before the Board to appeal 
the football playoff system which would be going into 
effect for the years 1987-1990. Following Mr. Rieber's 
presentation, President Turner asked Mr. George Sauer, 
Commissioner of Athletics in Jefferson County, to present 
his appeal. Following Mr. Sauer's presentation and a 
lengthy discussion of both appeals, Tom Buchanan made 
a motion, seconded by Sam Chandler, that the Board 
continue the Cross-District System in Jefferson County as 
it has been since 1975. The motion failed by a vote of 5 in 
favor of the motion and 5 opposed 

The next appeal was presented by Principal Phil Eason, 
LaRue County High School on behalf of James Polk. Mr. 
Eason had requested a hearing to appeal By-Law 5, 
Transfer Rule. James had transferred from Mt Pleasant 
High School in Tennessee and had participated there in 
interscholastic athletics. Following presentations by Mr. 
Eason and James' aunt, Mrs Handley with whom James is 
now residing, Tom Buchanan made a motion that the 
ruling be withheld in this case pending receipt of a copy of 
the court order giving custody of James to Paul and Linda 
Handley. Grant Talbott seconded the motion which 
carried by a vote of 7 in favor and 3 opposed. 

There being no further appeals, Frank Welch made a 
motion that the meeting be adjourned. Tony dinger 
seconded the motion which passed unanimously 



APPROVED 



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1986-87 Certified 

and Approved 
Basketball Officials 



Adams Richard W. 
Ak.-xaiidoi Arthui Mitchell 
Andeison Jefl 
Bailey. Jerry D. 
Baiter . Stephen 
Baughman. Jay 
Blair Kenneth W. 



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Bogar, Roy 
Boyd. Danny 
Biandon. Ill, Chesley E. 
Biantlev. Del 
Blown, Baity Lynn 
Cation. Michael Wayne 
Catron Tammy S. 
Chevalier Ken 
Claylon. Ronald Lee 
Clusky James David 
Coleman, Clarence R. 
Conch, Elbert Wayne 
Cowan. Donnie 
Cox, Michelle 
Cross. Sam 
Davis. David A 
Day, Russ 
Doak, Lee R. 
Duibm, Gaiy 
Dyehouse, Jimmy 
Edwards, Donnie W, 
Fisk. Rodney 
Foster. Robert Scott 
Fowler. Donald B. 
Fowler. Phil 
Fryrear. Alan E. 
Godwin, Jan 



CERTIFIED 



Behiendt, Bernie F, 
Bryant, Billy Wayne 
Cash, Clayton 
Chapman, Thomas 
Clark, Gregory L 
Combs, Clinton 
Combs, John E. 
Curry. Howard Mark 
Davis. Brent 
Dotson, Scott J. 
Dunn. Christopher S 
Eckler, Jim W 
Elkins, Wayne 
Evans, Daniel E. 
Grubbs, Thomas 
Hager, Joe M, 
Hamilton, Thomas 
Hampton, Doug 
Hauber, Cheri Leigh 



W. 



Coins. Mike 
Goodman. James R. 
Giant, Ji . James P. 
Greenwood, Cindy Lee 
Guttith. Keith 
Hale, John A. 
Hall. Donnie Ray 
Hamilton. William 
Harris. James Michael 
Hicks. Kenneth E 
Hilpp, Terry Alan 
Holt, Timothy E 
Howard, Linda 
Hume, Barry Lee 
Jennette, Robert (Tony) 
Johnson. William David 
Keen, Wayne 
Kinman, Kenny 
Kiikpatrick, Tom 
Lee, Lawrence A, 
Little, Thomas Michael 
Lonaker, Glendon 
Mardis, Steven D. 
McGlone. Carl Wayne 
McKenzie. William S. 
Mestel, Larry E. 
Milburn, Bobby 
Miller, Douglas 
Mills, Gregory A. 
Money. Fred 
Mounts, Rick A 
Murphy, David L. 
Nantz. Michael W. 
Nichols, John 
Niedenzu. Kurt Stephan 



Peavler, Jerry 
Peckenpaugh. Teny 
Peel, Jeid 

Pfaadt, Mary (Stober) 
Phillippi, James E 
Pitts, Mickey 
Portwood. Jr., Robert 
Powell. Cynthia F 
Powell. Harold Gene 
Quinn, John D. 
Reliford, Jr.. Charles H 
Renchen, William 
Richardson, Aubrey 
Richie, Wyatt 
Rippeidan. Kevin 
Rose, Larry 
Scahill. Thomas A 
Shaw, Kim 
Slone. Jimmie L. 
Smith, Billy L. 
South, Douglas E 
South, Judy P. 
Spillman, Britt 
Stevenson, Michael G. 
Stewart, William F. 
Sumner, David W. 
Teague, Gary 
Thomas, Fred E 
Thompson, Russell J. 
Truitt, Benjamin 
Voyles, James L. 
Wilson. Phillip 
Windhorst. Stan W. 
Wooton, Charles 
Wren, Howard Clay 



Haynes, William T. 
Hayslett. Leigh I, 
Heilman, Glenn 
Hiten. Mark S. 
Johnson. Kenneth W. 
Jones, Richard M. 
Jones. Jr , Spurgeon L 
Keene. Phillip M 
Kelley, Jeffrey L. 
Kouns, Perry H 
Lentry. Rick 
Lusk, Michael 
Mills, Dwight K. 
Morris, Tom 
Reece, Michael 
Roberts. Kenneth Ray 
Roy, Phillip Dale 
Russell, Nathan Lynn 
Short, III, John Dunbar 



Shropshire, Thomas K. 
Spears, Bobby N. 
Spears. Terry L 
Stevens. Terry 
Stewart. Steve 
Tolliver, Jerry L. 
Travis, William L. 
Watkins, David 
Wiler, Jr., James 
Woods. Stephen R 

Yaeger John J 

Young, Wayne 



Coming in February 
"Athlete" 



A large number of K.H.S.A.A. registered officials have 
qualified for the advance rati ngs of Certified and Approved 
as a result of the National Federation Part II Examination. 
Only officials receiving these higher ratings are eligible to 
work in the district and regional tournaments Only 
Certified officials are eligible to work in the state 
tournament. 



1987 Football Rules 

Changes 

District and Regional 

Basketball Tournament 

Sites 

KAPOS Information 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR JANUARY, 1987 



JANUARY, 1987 VOL. XLIX, NO. 6 

Published monthly, except June an dJuly, by the Kentucky 
High School Athletic Association, Office of Publication, 
560 E. Cooper Dr., P.O. Box 22280, Lexington, KY 40522. 

Third class postage paid at Richmond, Kentucky 
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3, 1926. Publication No. 293080. 

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K.H.S.A.A , P.O. Box 22280, Lexington, Kentucky 40522. 

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Assistant Editor ANNE WESLEY MAYS 

Assistant Editor BRIGID L. DeVRIES 

Assistant Editor LOUIS STOUT 

Assistant Editor BILLY V. WISE 

Assistant Editor JULIAN TACKETT 

Lexington. Kentucky 

BOARD OF CONTROL 

President - Chester Turner (1983-1987) Fort Thomas, 
Vice-President - Frank Welch (1984-1988) Belfry, 
Directors - Tom Buchanan (1985-1989) Eddyville, Sam 
Chandler (1986-1990) Shelbyville, Charles Miller (1986- 
1990) Louisville, Tony Olinger (1984-1989) Lexington, 
Grant Talbott (1984-1988) Owensboro, Ken Tippett (1985- 
1989) Versailles, David Webb (1983-1987) Brownsville, 
Charlie Wilson (1984-1988) Hyden, State Department of 
Education - Lloyd Redman, Louisville 

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Mercy Academy vs. Marshall County (1982 Girls State 

Basketball Finals) 
Owensboro vs. Louisville Doss (1980 Boys State 

Basketball Finals) 
Pulaski County vs Marshall County (1981 Girls Basketball 

Finals) 
Time-Out for Basketball (1983) 

FOOTBALL 

Class A State Football Championship Games 78. 79, 80. 

81. '82, '83 and '84 
Class AA State Football Championship Games 78. 79, '80, 

81. '82, '83 and '84 
Class AAA State Football Championship Games 78, 79. 

'80, '81, '82, '83 and '84 
Class AAAA State Football Championship Games 78. 79, 

'80, '81, '82, '83 and '84 
Football Now - Contact by the Rules (1985) 
Football at Its Best (A Safer Game) (1982) (1985) 
One Step Ahead: A Guide to Better Football Officiating 

(1980) 
Precision Football (1978) 

VOLLEYBALL 

Notre Dame vs. Our Lady of Providence (1982 Girls State 

Volleyball Final Match) 
Notre Dame vs Angela Merici (1983 Girls State Volleyball 

Final Match) 
Notre Dame vs. Sacred Heart (1984 Girls State Volleyball 

Final Match) 




K.H.S.A.A. 
Films and Tapes Available 



Films of several previous K.H S.A.A. state championship 
events as well as films related to the K.H.S.A.A. sponsored 
sports are available through Ms. Annette Andrews at the 
University of Kentucky Film Library, Lexington, KY, 40506 
Her phone is (606) 257-8456, A small fee is charged for use 
in order to cover postage. These events were filmed and 
the related films purchased for the benefit and use of all 
Kentucky high school coaches and personnel to promote 
all of the K.H.S.A.A. sports. 

The following is the list currently available: 
BASEBALL 

Cincinnati Reds: Baseball Real Winners (1981) 
Cincinnati Reds: Pete Rose Big Hit (1985) 
The Hustle's Back (1984) 
Reds Baseball Building for '83 

BASKETBALL 

Basketball - The Right Way (1986) 

Bourbon Co. vs. Logan Co. (1984 Boys State Basketball 

Finals) 
Butler vs Franklin County High (1980 Girls State 

Basketball Tournament) 
Lafayette vs. Christian County High (1 979 Boys Basketball 

Finals) 
Laurel County vs. Lafayette (1979 Girls Basketball Finals) 
Laurel County vs. North Hardin (1982 Boys State 

Basketball Finals) 



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1987 WRESTLING INFORMATION 

DISTRICT MANAGERS: 

Northern Kentucky: Mark Townsley, Simon-Kenton High School, 5545 Madison Pike. Independence, Ky. 
41051. 

Henry Clay: Norm Powell, Henry Clay High School, 2100 Fontaine Rd., Lexington, Ky. 40502. 

Central Jefferson: Larry Mann, Kentucky School F/T Blind, 1867 Frankfort Ave., Box 6005, Louisville, Ky. 
40206. 

Christian Co.: Jim Perrin. Christian Co. High School, Glass Ave , Hopkinsville, Ky. 42240. 

Frankfort: Raymond Webb, Frankfort High School, 328 Shelby St., Frankfort, Ky. 40601. 

West Jefferson: Paul Dennison, Western High School, 2501 Rockford Lane, Louisville, Ky. 40216. 

East Jefferson: Jim Swart, Eastern High School, 12400 Old Shelbyville Rd., Louisville, ky. 40243. 

Hardin Co.: Jim Davis, West Hardin High School, Stephensburg, Ky. 42781. 

REGIONAL MANAGERS: 

Lexington: Norm Powell, Henry Clay High School, 2100 Fontaine Rd., Lexington, Ky. 40502. 

North Hardin: Paul Underdonk, North Hardin High School, 801 So. Logsdon Pwky,, Radcliff, Ky. 
40160. 

Jefferson Co.: Chuck Anderson, Eastern High School, 12400 Old Shelbyville Rd., Louisville, Ky. 
40243. 

Jefferson Co.: Paul Dennison, Western High School, 2501 Rockford Lane, Louisville, Ky. 40216. 

SEMI-STATE MANAGERS: 

Hopkinsville: Jim Ploesser, Hopkinsville High School, 430 Koffman Ave., Hopkinsville, Ky. 42240. 
Hebron: Wayne Badida. Conner High School, Box 36, Hebron, Ky. 41018. 

STATE FINALS MANAGERS: 

Larry Mann, Mgr., Kentucky School F/T Blind, 1867 Frankfort Ave., Box 6005, Louisville, Ky. 40206. 
Jay Phillips, Ass't. Mgr., Atherton High School, 3000 Dundee Rd., Louisville, Ky. 40205. 




TOURNAMENTS 

The State Wrestling Tournament will be held at Atherton High School, Louisville, on February 28, 1987. 
Larry Mann will manage the State Tournament. 
The district and regional tournaments will be held on February 7 and 14 and the semi-state on February 21. 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR JANUARY, 1987 




K.H.S.A.A. 
TRACK AND FIELD 

COMMITTEE 
MEETING MINUTES 



The K.H.S.A.A. Track and Field Committee met at the 
Association office in Lexington on December9, 1986. The 
meeting was called to order by Brigid L. DeVries, Assistant 
Commissioner at 1:30 p.m 

Members present were: Jean Wright, Rudy McKinney, 
Brother Borgia. Bill Patton, Joe Mahan, Karen Vanover, 
Lyman Brown, Marty Mayer, Denver Word and John 
Gettler. Absent were Charlie Ruter and Randy Grimes. 

Mrs. Jean Wright gave a brief report on the Mason Dixon 
Games. They are tentatively scheduled for the last week in 
January at Broadbent Arena which is adjacentto Freedom 
Hall 

The first agenda item on the Agenda was a discussion of 
the Regional and Sectional Track Meets and sites. All 
written requests to host regional and sectional meets were 
reviewed and recommendations were made subject to the 
Commissioner's approval The regional and sectional 
information sheets were discussed in detail, and 
regulations regarding injury and the composition of relay 
teams will be further clarified. Schools will be asked to 
host regional and sectional sites for a two year period. 

The dates for the 1987 meets are as follows: 
Regional Meets: May 15 & 16, 1987 
Sectional Meets: May 23, 1987 
State Meet: May 30, 1987 

The next item for discussion was the State Track Meet. It 
was decided that the seeding procedure and preferred 
lanes in the running events, as well as the order of throws 
and jumps, will be outlined in the state information sheet 
this year. The order of throws and jumps in the field events 
will be determined by sectional performance. In all rounds 
of state competition the competition with the best mark 
will throw or jump last It was decided that for the 1987 
Regional, Sectional and State Meets, competitors in the 
throwing events and the long and triple jumps will be 
allowed three trials in the preliminaries and three trials in 
the finals. 

Marty Mayer presented a proposal to the committee 
outlining a different state meet format, with three 
independent meets in one day The Class A meet would be 
run first, followed by the AA meet and finally the AAA meet. 
It was felt that the concept was good, but recovery time for 
the athletes was too short. No action was taken on the 
proposal. 

A recommendation to move the 3200 meter run earlier in 
the order of events was discussed. However, the 
committee recommended that the time schedule remain 
the same. 

There was a short discussion regarding the 1986-87 
National Federation Track and Field Rule Changes and 
clinic dates. 

The 1987 clinic dates and sites are as follows: 
Thursday, February 26, 1987, 7:00 p.m., St. Xavier H.S. - 

Louisville. 
Monday, March 30, 1987, 7:00 p.m., Tates Creek H.S. - 

Lexington. 
Tuesday, March 31, 1987, 7:00 p.m., Daviess Co. H.S. - 

Owensboro. 



Miscellaneous items included a reminderthatthehurdle 
heights will be in accordance with the National Federation 
Rule Book effective for the 1988 Track Season. The survey 
for the addition of the 3200 meter relay was conducted, 
and was voted down by the participating schools. Bill 
Patton encouraged all track or cross country coaches to 
become members of the newly formed Track and Cross 
Country Coaches Association. Coaches wishing to join 
may contact Gordon Brock at Pulaski County High 
School. 

There being no further business, the meeting was 
adjourned 




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High-school students across the nation turned 
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graduation parties where no alcohol or drugs were 
allowed. 

Reports from all sections of the country indicate 
the overwhelming success of such activities with the 
Class of 1986. At Atlanta, Georgia's, Marist High 
School, 159 of 169 graduating seniors attended the 
second annual Project Graduation. 

Two hundred students, representing more than 
50 percent of the graduates from St. Francis 
Academy and Joliet Catholic High School in Joilet, 
Illinois, participated in a similar lock-in. Green Bay, 
Wisconsin, reported over 800 seniors from 11 high 
schools danced the night away at Riverside 
Ballroom. Hundreds of other communities 
nationwide held similar parties for graduation 
seniors. 

The idea for chemcial-free parties originated in 
Maine in response to the growing number of 
teenage deaths associated with celebration during 
prom and graduation season. 

For further information on how to implement 
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Kansas City, Missouri 64195, (see costs below) or 
write for the Operation Prom/Graduation 
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Georgia Avenue, Silver Springs, Maryland 20910. 
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RULES AND REGULATIONS 

^ j^ Governing the Football Championships 

1| If of the Kentucky High School Athletic Association 
^^^^ (effective for the 1987 through the 1990 seasons) 

(Adopted by the Board of Control) 
I. Assignment of Schools to Districts, Regions and Classes 

A. CLASSES 

The Kentucky High School Athletic Association shall sponsor post-season competition in football for boys, provided that 
fifteen (15) percent of the member schools declare intentions to participate in said competition. (Q-A 59) Member schools 
desiring to participate in K.H.S.A.A. sponsored post-season competition shall notify the Association office prior to 
September 1. The state shall be divided into four classes based on enrollment by the Commissioner, with the approval of 
the Board of Control. Class AAAA includes the schools with an enrollment of 926 or more students in grades 10-12, plus 
the football playing schools in Jefferson County; Class AAA includes the schools with enrollment of 615 to 925 students in 
grades 10-12; Class AA includes the schools with eniollment of 425 to 614 students in grades 10-12; Class A includes 
schools with less than 425 students in grades 10-12. For the 1987-88 school year, through the 1990-91 school year, the 
alignment in football is as follows — 
CLASS A (0-424) 
Region I 

District 1 - Ballard Memorial, Crittenden County, Fulton, Fulton County, Heath, Murray 

District 2 - Caverna, Russellville, Todd County Central, Trigg County 
Region II 

District 1 - Campbellsville, Frankfort, Garrard County, Harrodsburg, Henry County, Kentucky Country Day 

District 2 - Bath County, Berea, Madison, Nicholas County, Paris 
Region III 

District 1 - Beechwood, Bellevue, Carroll County, Dayton, Ludlow, Owen County 

District 2 - Allen Central, Fairview, Hazard, Paintsville, Raceland, Wheelwright 
Region IV 

District 1 - Cumberland, Evarts, Harlan, Lynn Camp, Pineville, Williamsburg 

District 2 - Elkhorn City, Fleming-Neon, Jenkins, Johns Creek, Phelps, Pikeville, Virgie 
CLASS AA (425-614) 
Region I 

District 1 - Caldwell County, Fort Campbell, Mayfield, Reidland, 

District 2 - Breckinridge County, Butler County, Edmonson County, Hancock County, Logan County, McLean County 
Region II 

District 1 - Allen County-Scottsville, Glasgow, Hart County, Metcalfe County, Monroe County, Taylor County 

District 2 - Bardstown, Bullitt East, Elizabethtown, Fort Knox, LaRue County, West Hardin 
Region III 

District 1 - Anderson County, Bourbon County, Boyle County, Casey County, Danville, Mercer County, Washington County 

District 2 - Fleming County, Harrison County, Lewis County, Mason County, Newport Central Catholic, West Carter 
Region IV 

District 1 - Corbin, Middlesboro, Russell County, Somerset, Wayne County 

District 2 - Betsy Layne, Leslie County, M.C. Napier, Morgan County, Prestonsburg, Whitesburg 
CLASS AAA (615-925) 
Region I 

District 1 - Calloway County, Graves County, Hopkinsville, Lone Oak, Paducah Tilghman, Union County 

District 2 - Bowling Green, Franklin-Simpson, Ohio County, Owensboro, Owensboro Catholic, Warren East 
Region II 

District 1 - Barren County, East Hardin, Grayson County, Marion County, Meade County, Nelson County, North Bullitt 

District 2 - Estill County, Franklin County, Jessamine County, Lincoln County, Scott County, Western Hills, Woodford 
County 
Region III 

District 1 - Conner, Covington Catholic, Dixie Heights, Highlands, Lloyd Memorial, Newport, Scott, Simon Kenton 

District 2 - Bell County, Cawood, Knox Central, McCreary County, Rockcastle County, Whitley County 
Region IV 

District 1 - East Carter, Lawrence County, Montgomery County, Paul Blazer, Rowan County, Russell 

District 2 - Belfry, Breathitt County, Clay County, Johnson Central, Knott Central 
CLASS AAAA (926-UP) 
Region I 

District 1 - Apollo, Christian County, Daviess County, Henderson County, Madisonville-North Hopkins, Marshall County 

District 2 - Bullitt Central, North Hardin, Oldham County, Shelby County, Warren Central 
Region II 

District 1 - Butler, Holy Cross, Pleasure Ridge Park, Shawnee, Valley, Western 

District 2 - Atherton, duPont Manual, Fern Creek, Male, St. Xavier, Seneca 
Region III 

District 1 - DeSales, Doss, Fairdale, Iroquois, Moore, Southern 

District 2 - Ballard, Central, Eastern, Jeffersontown, Trinity, Waggener 
Region IV 

District 1 - Bryan Station, George Rogers Clark, Henry Clay, Lafayette, Laurel County, Madison Central, Pulaski County, 
Tates Creek 

District 2 - Boone County, Boyd County, Campbell County, Greenup County, Holmes 

The following schools will be participating in football, but fill not be competing for the district championship— 
Adair County, Eminence, Green County, Greenville, Millersburg Military Institute, Sheldon Clark, South Hopkins, Webster 
County 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR JANUARY, 1987 



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FOR YOUR INFORMATION 
SWIMMING MEETS 






The events for the State Swimming Meets will be 
the same as those listed in the K.H.S.A.A. 
Constitution and By-Laws. Swimming Regulations, 
on pages 47 and 48. 

NOTE: There will be a cutoff time for the 500 
Freestyle for the regional meets. Boys - 6 minutes, 
30 seconds; Girls - 7 minutes. 

The dates of the State Meet will be February 28 & 
29, 1987. The site will be at Eastern Kentucky 
University, Richmond, Ky. Mr. Tim Cahill will 
manage the meet. The girls and boys meets will be 
run together. 

The schools are divided in the following regions. 

LOUISVILLE REGION 
Manager: Jack Thompson 
Site: Lakeside and Cresent Hill 
Girls: Atherton, Ballard, Central, Evangel, Holy 
Rosary, Ky. Country Day, Ky. School f/t Blind, Male, 
Presentation St. Francis, Sacred Heart, Waggener. 
Boys: Atherton, Ballard, Central, Ky. Country Day, 
Ky. School f/t Blind, Male, Oldham Co., Pleasure 
Ridge Park, St. Francis, St. Xavier, Shawnee, Trinity, 
Waggener. 

WESTERN KENTUCKY REGION 

Manager: Don Webb 
Site: Bowling Green High School 

Girls: Apollo, Bowling Green, Campbellsville, 
Daviess County, Elizabethtown, Fort Campbell, Fort 
Knox, Greenville, Henderson County, Hopkinsville, 
Mad.-N. Hopkins, Mayfield, Murray, North Hardin, 
Owensboro, Owensboro Catholic, Potter Christian, 
South Hopkins, Taylor Co. 
Boys: Apollo, Bowling Green, Campbellsville, 



Daviess Co., Elizabethtown, Fort Campbell, Fort 
Knox, Greenville, Henderson County, Hopkinsville, 
Mad.-N. Hopkins, Mayfield, Murray, North Hardin, 
Owensboro, Owensboro Catholic, Potter Christian, 
South Hopkins, Taylor Co. 

CENTRAL KENTUCKY REGION 

Manager: Tim Cahill 

Site: Model/Eastern Kentucky University 

Girls: Bourbon County, Boyd Co., Bryan Station, 
Danville, Franklin County, Henry Clay, Holy Family, 
Jessamine County, Ky. School f/t Deaf, Knott 
County Central, Lafayette, Lexington Catholic, 
Laurel County, Model, Oneida Baptist, Paris, Paul 
Blazer, Russell, Sayre, Scott County, Tates Creek, 
Woodford County, Western Hills. 
Boys: Bourbon County, Boyd Co., Bryan Station, 
Danville, Franklin County, Henry Clay, Holy Family, 
Jessamine County, Ky. School f/t Deaf, Knott 
County Central, Lafayette, Laurel County, 
Lexington Catholic, M.M.I., Model, Oneida Baptist, 
Paris, Paul Blazer, Russell, Sayre, Scott County, 
Tates Creek, Western Hills, Woodford County. 

NORTHERN KENTUCKY REGION 

Manager: Dave Webb 

Site: Scott High School 

Girls: Beechwood, Bellevue, Campbell County, 
Conner, Dixie Heights, Highlands, Lloyd Memorial, 
Newport, Newport Central Catholic, Notre Dame, 
Scott, Simon-Kenton, Villa Madonna. 
Boys: Beechwood, Bellevue, Campbell County, 
Conner, Covington Catholic, Covington Latin, Dixie 
Heights, Highlands, Lloyd Memorial, Newport, 
Newport Central Catholic, Scott, Simon-Kenton. 



STATE MEET TIME SCHEDULE 



TIME SCHEDULE: Friday, February 27, 1987 



QUALIFIERS 



2:30 - 3:30 p i 
3:30 - 5:00 p.i 



5:00 p.m. 
6:30 - 8:00 p.r 



8:00 p.m. 

Note: Diving events 

p.m. until 9:00 p.m. 

Saturday, February 28, 1987 



Open Diving Warmups 
Girls Diving Warmups 
Open Swimming Warmups (4 lanes) 
Girls Diving Prelims and Finals 
Boys Diving Warmups 
Open Swimming Warmups (4 lanes) 
Boys Diving Prelims and Finals 
'ill be completed on Friday. A scratch box tor swimming scratches will be available from 3:00 



7:30 - 8:00 p.m. 

WARMUPS 
7:00 - 8 00 a.m. 
8:00 -8:45 a.m. 
8:45 -9:30 a.m. 
9:45 a.m. 
4:30 - 5.30 p m 
5:30 -6:00 p.m. 
6:00 p.m. 



Scratch Meeting 

Open Warmups 

(Western and Central Regions) 

(Northern and Louisville Regions) 

Swimming Preliminaries 

Open Warmups 

Sprint and Pace Work 

Finals in all swimming events 



The top three (3) swimmers in each event, in each of the four (4) regional qualifying meets, and the next twelve (12) 
fastest swimmers from the state-at-large, (determined by times established in regional meets) will qualify for the 
State Meet. This enables the top twenty-four (24) swimmers and divers in the state to compete for the championship 
in each event. 



From The Commissioner's Office 



BB@7!S®®iyj@iri 



ATTENTION K.H.S.A.A. BASKETBALL COACHES 

The new rating system which was implemented this year, is dependent upon the 
cooperation of all of the coaches in order to be successful. There are a few 
questions which have cropped up as the season has been progressing which need 
to be answered on a state wide basis. 

First, you may rate only those officials who work in your games . This means 
if you as a coach watch a game between two other schools, you cannot rate 
those officials. You should however, rate all officials at all of your home 
and away games. 

Secondly, there is some question as to the use of the observers reports. Do 
not send the observers reports to the Association office. They are to be used 
for constructive evaluation of the officials, and if the need exists, the 
information should be forwarded to the Assigning Secretary. This evaluation 
should also serve as a guide for the completion of the rating card on each 
game official, the cards which are to be kept on file for no less than two 
years. 

On the rating cards, there are six questions or qualities which are to be 
"checked with discretion". This means to check these areas if you feel as 
though an official is positive or favorable in these areas. This will help in 
the event of a rating challenge by an officials and in your evaluation. 

DO NOT SEND THE RATING CARDS TO THE OFFICE. All schools have been mailed a 
list of officials to be used for the final rating. This list contains all 
officials who are registered and are members of a local association. 

Lastly, you are able to rate officials from outside of your region. If you 
play a school from outside your region, and/or the game officials are assigned 
from outside your region, simply fill out the rating card as you would for any 
other game. Your list of officials to rate contains all officials from 
throughout the state, and therefore gives you the opportunity to rate those 
out of region officials who have worked for you. 

A.C.T. TEST DATES FOR 1986-87 

With the implementation of NCAA Proposition 48, it is important to keep up 
with the test dates for the American College Testing Assessment (ACT test). 
As mentioned elsewhere in this issue, it is also important to note that the 
NCAA Convention in January passed legislation extending proposition 48 to the 
Division II level. For the remainder of 1986-87 school year the schedule is 
as follows: 

Test Date Regular Postmark Deadline Late Deadl ine 

02/07/87 01/09/87 01/27/87 

04/11/87 03/13/87 03/31/87 

06/13/87 05/15/87 06/02/87 



REMINDER TO FOOTBALL SCHOOLS 

The first playing date for football in 1987 is August 21. The first legal 
date for practice is August 1. Keep this in mind in making out your 
schedules. Please remember to inform the office as to open dates. This is 
also important due to the fact that the new alignment plan for football is 
to be implemented effective with the 1987 season. With the new alignment, 
and the additional week in which to schedule games, it is important to list 
open dates as soon as possible. At this time, we have the following open 
dates -- 
Week 1 (August 21) - Anderson County, contact Larry Barnett 

(502)839-5118; Bourbon County, contact Coach John Nochta 

(606)987-2556; Bullitt East, contact Coach Keith Collins 

(502)538-7322; Greenup County, contact Dan Mercer, A.D. (606)473-7705; 

Marion County, contact Coach Mark Brown (502)692-6066; Paris, 

contact Randy Reese (606)987-4545; Russell, contact Lafe Walter, A.D. 

(606)836-9650 
Week 2 (August 28) - Anderson County, contact Larry Barnett 

(502)839-5118; Bardstown, contact Coach Garnis Martin (502)348-5913; 

Belfry, contact Coach Philip Heywood or Paul Dotson, A.D. 

(606)353-7230; Christian County, contact Wilton Gant, A.D. 

(502)887-1100; Conner, contact Coach Joe Clark (606)689-7696; 

Eminence, contact Coach Steve Frommeyer (502)845-5427; Madisonville 

North Hopkins, contact Jan Ireland, A.D. (502)825-6017; Newport, 

contact Coach Jim Weyer (606)292-3051; Owensboro, contact Jack Hicks, 

A.D. (502)686-1084; Russellville, contact Wayne Mullen, A.D. 

(502)726-8421; St. Xavier, contact Paul Young, A.D. (502)635-5300; 

Tates Creek, contact coach Joe Ruddell (606)273-1713; Trigg 

County, contact Buddy Perry, A.D. (502)522-6072 
Week 3 (September 4) - Boyd County, contact Ed VanHoose (606) 

928-6475; Bullitt East, contact Coach Keith Collins (502)538-7322; 

Clay County, contact Coach Eugene Hensley (606)598-3737; Fleming 

County, contact Coach Ted Purcell (606)845-6601; Oldham County, 

contact Bob Rowland, A.D. (502)222-9641; Russell County, contact Coach 

Ron Finley (502)866-3341 
Week 4 (September 11) - Boone County, contact Owen Hauck 

(606)283-2795. Boyd County, contact Ed VanHoose (606)928-6475; 

Green County, contact Ivan Curnutte (502)932-7481; Owensboro, 

contact Jack Hicks, A.D. (502)686-1084; Russell, contact Lafe Walter, 

A.D. (606)836-9650 
Week 5 (September 18) - Cathedral High (Indianapolis), contact Coach 

Michael McGinley (317)542-1481; Christian County, contact Wilton Gant, 

A.D. (502)887-1100; Dayton, contact Stan Steidel (606)261-4357; 

Green County, contact Ivan Curnutte (502)932-7481; Mayfield, 

contact Bob Sparks, A.D. (502)247-5582 
Week 6 (September 25) - Dayton, contact Stan Steidel (606)261-4357; 

Garrard County, contact Coach Steve Sullivan (606)792-2146; 

Holmes, contact Coach William Hina (606)292-5845; Russell, contact 

Lafe Walter, A.D. (606)836-9650; Shelby County, contact Coach Tom 

Bechere (502)633-2443 
Week 7 (October 2) - Franklin County, contact Coach Gary Dearborn 

(502)695-4155 after 11:45 a.m.; Marion County, contact Coach Mark 

Brown (502)692-6066 



FOOTBALL OPEN DATES (continued) 

Week 8 (October 9) - Christian County, contact Wilton Gant, A.D. 
(502)887-1100; Elkhorn City, contact Jerry Childers, A.D. (606)754-9098; 
Mayfield, contact Bob Sparks, A.D. (502)247-5582; Oldham County, 
contact Bob Rowland, A.D. (502)222-9641; Williamsburg, contact Coach Bob 
Rose (606)549-1915 

Week 9 (October 16) Boone County, contact Owen Hauck 
(606)283-2795. Christian County, contact Wilton Gant, A.D. 
(502)887-1100, North Bullitt, contact Bob Wagoner (502)957-2186 

Week 10 (October 23) - Boone County, contact Owen Hauck 
(606)283-2795; Bourbon County, contact Coach John Nochta (606)987-2556; 
Glen Oak in Canton, Ohio, contact Ralph Ciccarelli, Athletic 
Administrator (216)492-7455; Owen County, contact Gran Mefford 
(502)484-2715; Shelby County, contact Coach Tom Bechere (502)633-2443 

Week 11 (October 30) - Elizabethtown, contact Duke Owen, 
(502)769-3381; Holmes, contact Coach William Hina (606)292-5845; Marion 
County, contact Coach Mark Brown (502)692-6066; Middletown (OH), 
contact Jim Place (513)422-7432; Williamsburg, contact Coach Bob Rose 
(606)549-1915 

PROPOSAL 48 - NOW EXTENDS TO DIVISION II 

Incoming students to an NCAA member institution who wish to immediately 
participate in intercollegiate athletics at the Division I level, or at the 
Division II level, must have maintained a 2.0 grade point average in a core 
curriculum including at least three years English, two years math, two years 
social science, and two years of physical or natural science; as well as having 
attained a 700 combined score on the SAT verbal and math sections or a 15 
composite score on the ACT; and be a high school graduate. The by-law is now 
in the second year of a phase-in period, and eligibility may be attained for 
incoming athletes after August 1, 1987 and prior to August 1, 1988 by meeting 
on of three possible combinations -- 



G.P.A. and 


SAT Verbal & Math or 


ACT Composite 


2.1 and above 


680 


14 


2.000.2.999 


700 


15 


1.900-1.999 


720 


16 



The By-Law, also allows for an exception which states, "An exception may be 
granted by the NCAA Eligibility Committee for a student who left high school 
after completion of his junior year or during his senior year to enter a member 
institution under an early admissions program open to students solely on the 
basis of outstanding academic performance and promise, and provided that for 
the last four semesters completed in high school, the student maintained an 
accumulative grade point average of 3.5 (based on a maximum of 4.0) and ranked 
in the top 20 percent of the students class, and that the student met all of 
the requirements of a qualifier except for graduation from high school." 

Please consult the nearest NCAA Division I or II institution, Department of 
Athletics, NCAA Interpreter, if you have any questions. In Kentucky- 
Bellarmine, Centre, Eastern Kentucky, Kentucky (University of), Kentucky State, 
Kentucky Wesleyan, Louisville, Morehead State, Murray State, Northern Kentucky, 
and Western Kentucky are member institutions. 



OHIO STATE TO HOLD TRAINERS WORKSHOP 



Ohio State will be 
summer on campus, 
information, contact 
Workship, 410 Woody 



sponsoring a student athletic training workship this 
The workshop will be held June 21-26/ For further 
Ohio State University, ATTN: Student Athletic Trainer 
Hayes Drive, Columbus, OH, 43210, or call Bill Davis, 



Assistant Athletic Trainer, at (614)292-1164. 



OPEN DATES FOR BASKETBALL SCHOOLS 

The following are the open basketball dates for the current season according 
to information which has been turned in to the office. If any of these 
dates have been filled, please notify the office by phone or in writing. 

Jessamine County, has openings for February 13 and 14, and February 20 

and 21. Would prefer home games, but will negotiate home and home 

contract. Contact Coach Joe Crouse, (606)887-2421. 
University Heights, Hopkinsville, has several open dates in February. 

Please contact Roy Woolum (502)886-0254. 
Clinton County needs girls games throughout the season. Contact Wendell 

Castle (606)387-5569, or 7031. 
Boone County needs one team for its Recorder Classic Tournament, to be 

held during February 4 through 7, 1987. Contact Nell Hensley at 

(606)283-2795, or 331-7578. 
Clark County needs girls basketball games on January 15 and February 9 

for this season. Contact Harry Dinsmore at (606)744-6111. 

IMPORTANT DATES FOR 1986-87 

The following are important dates for member schools participating in 
spring sports. 



Sport 


First 


First 


Number 


State 




Practice 


Contest 


Games 


Finals 


Track 


Dec. 1 


Apr. 1 


4-15 


May 30 


Softball 


Feb. 15 


Apr. 1 


35 


May 30 


Golf 


Feb. 15 


Apr. 1 


20 


June 2/3 


Tennis 


Feb. 15 


Apr. 1 


4-20 


June 4/5/6 


Baseball 


Feb. 15 


Apr. 1 


35 


June 5 



INSURANCE UPDATE 



At a recent meeting of the National 
determination was finalized relative t 
participants and the related insurance 
company and the committee, that any 
play, in a sport sanctioned by the 
violation of state regulations regardin 
be covered by the catastrophic insurance 
important to note however, that if the 
in violation of the state association regu 



Federation 
o the part 
coverage. I 
person parti 
state assoc 
g limitation 

and the lia 
school , coac 
lations, the 



Insurance committee, a 
icipation of ineligible 
t was the ruling of the 
cipating in practice or 
i at ion, who is not in 

of seasons, etc. shall 
bil ity coverage. It is 
h or team is in any way 

coverage is void. 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR JANUARY, 1987 



PAGE SEVEN 



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1987 DISTRICT AND REGIONAL SOFTBALL ALIGNMENTS 
REGION 1 



District 1 
Heath 
Lone Oak 

Reidland 



District 4 

Christian County 
Fort Campbell 
Hopkinsville 
University Heights 



District 8 

Apollo 

Daviess County 
Owensboro 
Owensboro Catholic 



District 12 

Allen County 
Barren County 
Edmonson County 
Glasgow 



District 15 

Bardstown 
Bethlehem 
Nelson County 



District 19 

Central 

Portland Christian 
Presentation Academy 
Shawnee 
Southwest Christian 



District 23 

Collegiate 

duPont Manual 

Male 

Mercy Academy 

Ninth & O 



District 27 

Bullitt Central 
Bullitt East 
North Bullitt 
Shelby County 
Spencer County 



District 30 

Beechwood 
Boone County 
Holmes 
Holy Cross 
Notre Dame 
Villa Madonna 



District 2 

Ballard Memorial 
Graves County 
St Mary 


District 3 

Calloway County 
Marshall County 
Mayfield 
Murray 

REGION 2 




District 5 

Caldwell County 
Livingston Central 
Lyon County 
Trigg County 


District 6 

Dawson Springs 
Madisonville-North Hopkins 
South Hopkins 
West Hopkins 

REGION 3 


District 7 

Henderson County 
Providence 
Union County 
Webster County 


District 9 

Bremen 

Central City 

Drakesboro 

Graham 

Greenville 

Hughes-Kirk 

Muhlenberg Central 


District 10 

Breckinridge County 
Frederick Fraize 
Hancock County 
St Romuald 
Trinity (Whitesville) 

REGION 4 


District 11 

Fordsville 
Grayson County 
McLean County 
Ohio County 


District 13 

Bowling Green 
Franklin-Simpson 
Russellville 
Warren Central 
Warren East 


District 14 

Clinton County 
Cumberland County 
Metcalfe County 

REGION 5 




District 16 

Adair County 
Marion County 
Taylor County 


District 17 

East Hardin 

Elizabethtown 
Fort Knox 
Meade County 
North Hardin 
West Hardin 

REGION 6 


District 18 

Caverna 
Green County 
Hart County 
LaRue County 


District 20 

Butler 
Holy Cross 
Pleasure Ridge Park 
Western 


District 21 

Beth Haven 
Doss 
Fairdale 
Valley 

REGION 7 


District 22 

Evangel 
Holy Rosary 
Iroquois 
Southern 


District 24 

Assumption 
Atherton 

Christian Academy 
Seneca 


District 25 

Eastern 
Fern Creek 
Jeffersontown 
Moore 
Walden 

REGION 8 


District 26 

Ballard 

Kentucky Country 
Sacred Heart 
Waggener 


District 28 

Carroll County 
Eminence 
Gallatin County 
Henry County 
Oldham County 
Trimble County 


District 29 

Grant County 
Owen County 
Scott County 
Williamstown 

REGION 9 




District 31 District 32 

Bellevue Bishop Brossart 
Conner Campbell County 
Dayton Dixie Heights 
Lloyd Memorial Highlands 
Newport Scott 
Newport Central Cath. Silver Grove 
Walton-Verona Simon Kenton 


District 33 

Bracken County 
Deming 
Mason County 
Maysville 
Pendleton County 
Tolesboro 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR JANUARY, 1987 



REGION 10 



District 34 

Estill County 
George Rogers Clark 
Madison 
Madison Central 



District 38 

Corbin 

Laurel County 
Lynn Camp 
Monticello 
Wayne County 
Whitley County 



District 41 

Buckhorn 
Cordia 
Jackson 

Jackson County 
Riverside Christiar 
Wolfe County 



District 35 

Bryan Station 
Henry Clay 
Lafayette 

Lexington Catholic 
Say re 
Tates Creek 



District 36 

Franklin County 
Jessamine County 
Western Hills 
Woodford County 



Harrodsburg 
Mercer County 
Western Anderson 



District 39 

Bell County 
Evarts 

Middlesboro 
Oneida 
Red Bird 



District 42 

Allen Central 
Greenup County 
McDowell 
Morgan County 
Russell 

Sheldon Clark 
Wheelwright 



REGION 11 



District 40 

Dilce Combs 

Hazard 

Knott Country Central 

Leslie County 

Letcher 

M.C Napier 



REGION 12 



District 43 

Belfry 

Elkhorn City 
Feds Creek 
Phelps 

Pikeville 



ANABOLIC STEROIDS IN SPORTS 

By TOM VAN VEEN, M.D. 

One of the side effects of steroids is more aggressive 
behavior. The increase in strength derived from anabolic 
steroids may be due to increased aggressiveness which 
carries over to strength training, rather than to steroid 
effects on muscles themselves. 

Anabolic steroids usually are taken for a period of weeks 
to months prior to an important competition. Many 
athletes use several different forms of steroids in both oral 
and injectible forms in so-called "steroid stacking" 
regimens, so that the weekly dose is five to 10 times greater 
than the manufacturer's recommended dose- 
Even if anabolic steroids are capable of producing 
modest gain in muscle mass and strength, what are the 
costs? Is the trade-off worth it 7 It is clear that some 
athletes will do anything for a short term, self-limited 
advantage. Dees this represent the true meaning of sport 7 
Would it help if potential users were made more aware of 
the side effects? 

When given to growing youth, anabolic steroids may 
lead to premature fusion of the growth plates of long bones 
which leads to permanent short stature. 

In both sexes major liver abnormalities may occur, 
including abnormal liver function tests, obstructed bile 
ducts in the liver, jaundice, blood-filled sacs in the liver 
that may rupture and may lead to death, and liverturmors. 
Hardening of the arteries may be accelerated with 
premature death occurring from coronary heart disease. 
Hypertension also may occur. 

In males steroids lead to suppression of natural 
testosterone production which result in atrophy of the 
testicles, decreased sperm count and loss of libido. 
These changes are reversible but may take several montns 
after stopping steroid use. 

In women the drugs are masculinizing. Major changes 
which may not be reversible include deepening of the 
voice, growth of facial hair and enlargement of the clitoris. 
Coarsening of the skin, acne, male pattern baldness and 
increased aggression also may appear. Other reported 
side effects inlcude breast shrinkage, atrophy of the uterus 
and cessation of menses. 

From foregoing it is clear that steroids have no 
legitimate use in sports. It makes a mockery out of the term 
"sporting competition" as we know it. 



In a recent newspaper article published in the Salem 
"Statesman-Journal" discussing drug use by high school 
athletes, one Salem high school student stated that "he 
knew about 15 students who took steroids which enlarged 
muscle mass". He went on to say that "it started last year 
and some of the guys aren't even in sports or weight 
lifting." 

If we assume that there are at least 15 users of this drug 
in one high school outside the Portland metropolitan area, 
how big is the problem statewide? What are the 
substances? What uses do they have 7 

The Anabolic-Androgenic Steroid Hormones (Anabolic 
steroids) most often used by athletes are synthetic male 
hormones. Testosterone is the naturally occurring male 
hormone which can also be synthesized and given in 
injectible form Anabolic implies that these substances 
promote the build-up of tissue. Just how much, however, is 
the subject of considerable debate in the medical 
community. 

Since the 1930s androgens and later anabolic steroids 
have been given to victims of starvation and debilitated 
patients with chronic disease to promote tissue build-up 
and weight gain. Whether this occurs in the normal 
individual is a matter of conjecture. In 1977, the American 
College of Sports Medicine, in a position paper, stated that 
"there is no conclusive scientific evidence that extremely 
large doses of anabolic-androgenic steroids either aid or 
hinder athletic performance." This statement was based 
on a comprehensive survey of world literature at the time. 
Since then the apparent upswing in anabolic steroid use 
among certain athletes has prompted re-evaluation of this 
conclusion. 

The answer to the question of whether or not anabolic 
steroids increase muscle mass and improve strength is 
complicated by the fact that in the published scientific 
studies rather small doses of steroids have been used — 
doses that are not representative of those used by many 
athletes. It is now felt that these drugs do lead to an 
increase in body weight and muscle size in the presence of 
proper diet and intensive weight training. Some of the 
increase in muscle size is due to an increase in muscle 
water. About half of the published studies show a slight 
increase in strength whereas the other half show no gain. 
The increase in strength may be more apparent than real. 

Reprinted from the Oregon School Activities Assn. Interscholastic 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR JANUARY, 1987 



PAGE NINE 



1986-87 NATIONAL FEDERATION 

BASKETBALL RULE INTERPRETATIONS 

PART I 







SITUATION #1: At A's basket, the ball enters Ihe net Irom below and (a) does 

not go completely above the ring and drops back lo the floor, or (b) passes 

through Ihe ring and is touched in the cylinder by B1 or (c) B1 grabs il as it is in 

the basket below the ring 

RULING: In (a), Iherehas been no violation and the ball remains alive In (b). it 

is not a violation by B1, as Ihe ball was dead when louched The viola I ion is by 

ihe lasl player who touched the ball before it entered from below In (c). it is a 

violation by B1 regardless of who louched it last before it entered the basket 

from below (9-4; 9-12 Pen. 3) 

SITUATION »2: Is il legal to use a 3 x 6' rectangular backboard'' 

RULING: No unless the Stale High School Association has received 

authorization lo experiment from Ihe National Federation The only legal 

reclangular backboards are either 4' x 6' or 3 x 6' (1-7) 

SITUATION » 3: 1 f a coach recognizes that the possession arrow is pointing in 

the wrong direction, how much time does he or she have for a correction or are 

Ihe limits similar lo the correctable errors in Rule 2-10? 

RULING: There is no specific lime frame or live ball dead ball sequence 

involved in correcting the possession arrow The error is not correctable alter 

Ihe ball becomes alive on the alternating possession throw-in using the 

direction indicated by the erroneous arrow The time involved or sequence ot 

play is immaterial as long as it is corrected before the error is made The 

corrections allowed in 2-10 must be made within a specific sequence of live 

and dead ball situations (5-8-5: 10-5-41 

SITUATION #4: Team A has already been charged with three personal fouls in 

the first quarter when A1 commits a player control loul Does A1's player 

control foul count toward reaching the total of live personal fouls which puts 

the bonus into effect 9 

RULING: Yes it does A player control loul is a common loul and il is also a 

personal foul. Even though no free throw results from a player control foul 

regardless of when it occurs, all personal louls count for reaching the bonus 

Technical fouls do not count for reaching Ihe bonus (4-5. 4-15-2. 7. 8) 

SITUATION #5: A1 is fouled by B1 prior to the bonus A1 is erroneously 

awarded a one-and-one. A1's first attempt is successful but the second is not 

A2 fouls B2 while they are rebounding the missed free throw As the official 

reports the foul, the scorer informs him or her that Team A was not in the bonus 

following B1's foul 

RULING: Al's unmerited free throw is canceled A2s foul cannot be canceled 

as it occurred after A1's second free throw had ended The game conlinues 

from the point of interruption — the ad mimslrat ion ot the penalty lor A2's foul 

(2-10-2) 

SITUATION #6: A1 catches the ball while both leetareon the floor A1 lumps 

into the air presumably to either pass or shoot However, instead of passing or 

shooting. A1 drops the ball to the floor A1 then returns to the floor and 

dribbles away 

RULING: Violation. Even though A1 had not established a pivol fool before 

lumping, since both feet are off the floor he or she cannot start a dribble If a 

pivot foot had been established it would still be a violation (4-29 Ques 3) 

SITUATION #7: Why is a technical foul lor delay called instead of putting the 

ball on the floor when the free thrower does not come into the circle to take the 

ball? 

RULING: If the ball were placed on the floor the player could not enter the 

circle without violating It would be poor procedure to put Ihe ball at the 

thrower's disposal when he or she could not enter the circle The situation is 

properly handled with a technical foul or delay If Ihe thrower is in the circle but 

does not take the ball, it should be placed on the floor and the count started 

(10-3-8) 

SITUATION #8:A1 ends thedribble and then loses his or her balance A1 holds 

the ball to the floor and uses it to avoid contacting Ihe floor. A1 does not move 

the pivot foot and does not touch Ihe floor with any part of the body except his 

or her feet A1 then pushes back into an upright position 

RULING: A1 has done nothing illegal A1 is not considered to have fallen down 

unless some part of his or her body other than hand(s) or fool has touched the 

floor (4-29 Ques 1) 

SITU ATION #9: The visiting team has conducted its pre-game practice on one 

end of the court but prior to the jump to start the game, the team's captain 

requests the other basket for 1st half play. 

RULING: The request is denied even though the visiting team has the choice of 

1st half baskets The visiting team actually made its choice when they warmed 

up at one basket If the home team is on the court when the visitors arrive, the 

vistors can request the end the home team is at However, the visiting team 

should not delay its appearance on the court If they will be late the captain or 

coach should notify the home team and/or officials of their preference (4-2-3) 



SITUATION #10: The leleree losses Ihe ball on the |ump lo slarl the second 

extra period Following the tap bul belore possession is gained. B1 fouls A1 

Team A (a) is or (b) is not in the bonus When is the alternating possession set 

and in what direction? 

RULING: In (a) the arrow is sel pointing loward B's basket when the ball is 

handed to A1 for the first throw ol Ihe one-and-one In (b) the arrow is sel when 

a player of Team A is handed the ball for Ihe throw-in (4-8; 6-3-1) 

SITUATION #11: A1 attempts a long shol but misses The ball rebounds 

directly to As backcourt where A2 gains possession Is Ihis an over-and-back 

violation'' 

RULING: No. it is not a violation Player and team conlrol ended when A1 

released the ball on the attempt The rebound into As backcourt is nol in 

control of either team and it is nol a violation when A2 gains control there (4-9- 

2a. 9-9) 

SITUATION 912: A1 ends a dribble and then lumps and releases Ihe ball on a 

Iry lor goal B1 partially blocks the shol and A1 secures control while still in Ihe 

air A1 returns to the floor and dribbles to the basket and scores 

RULING: Legal maneuver The Iry ended when B1 touched the ball When A1 

recovered he or she could dribble again similar to after gaining control on a 

rebound, an intercepted pass, etc (9-5-1) 

SITUATION #13: The Team A coach is legally seated on his or her bench The 

coach is wearing a headset and is in contact with an assistant in the press box. 

Is the coach permitted to use such a device during the game" 7 

RULING: The rules do not prohibit a coach from communicating with 

someone in this manner. The equipment which is prohibited is television 

monitoring or replay equipment for coaching purposes during Ihe game or a 

megaphone or mechanical sounding device at courtside (10-1-1 ) 

SITUATION #14: A1 is fouled by B1 Erroneously Ihere is no indication that the 

bonus is in effect for Team A The coach of Team B is charged with a technical 

foul for being off the bench following B1's foul The free throws for the 

technical foul are administered It is then discovered thai A1 should have been 

awarded a one-and-one opportunity 

RULING: The error is correctable The one-and-one is administered with no 

players along the lane Play will then continue from the pom I of interruption — 

the throw-in by Team A at the division line resulling from the technical foul. 

The results of the technical foul free throws stand (2-10-2) 

SITUATION #15: Team A trails by one point when the horn sounds to end the 

4th quarter of play Prior to the referee's approval of the final score, the coach 

of Team B uses prolanily directed at the oflicials 

RULING: A technical foul is charged to the coach as the |unsdiction ol the 

officials had not ended The free throws are attempted immediately and the 

resulting score will dictate which team has won or whether an extra point is 

required (2-8-3; 5-6) 

SITUATION #16: A 1 receives a pass with bot.. leet on the floor A1 lumps in Ihe 

air but is confused as no teammales are aware he or she wants to pass. A1 

simply drops the ball to the floor and: (a) B1 recovers; or (b) A2 recovers 

RULING: No infraction has occurred in either case However, if A1 were first to 

touch the ball it would be a violation for starting a dribble with the pivot fool olf 

the floor, (4-29) 

SITUATION #17: A1 ends the dribble and passes Ihe ball so it ricochets off B1 

or A2 and rebounds back to him or her A1 then dribbles to the basket and 

RULING: Legal action When A1's pass touched another player, A1 could 

dribble again. The touching by another player may result from an intentional 

or unintentional acl by A1 and Ihe touching by B1 or A2 may or may not be 

intentional (9-5-3) 

SITUATION #18: A1's Iry for goal is on the ring when B1 rebounds it A2 

contacts B1 who then grasps the ring 

RULING: The ball became dead immediately when B1 commitled basket 

interference If A2's contact is judged to be intentional or flagrant it is a foul 

and B1's grasping of the ring is ignored if it was done to prevent injury If the 

contact by A2 is ignored, then BVs grasping is a technical foul I neither case. 2 

points are awarded for the basket interference by B1 (6-7-9. 9-12-1. 10-3-6 

Exp) 

SITUATION #19: Airborne shooter A1 intentionally or flagrantly fouls B1 alter 

which his or her attempt enters and passes through the basket 

RULING: The basket counts and A1 is assessed the appropriate penalty for 

either the intentional or flagrant personal foul A player control foul is a 

common foul which is neither intentional or flagrant Since it is not a player 

control foul the basket counts (4-15-2. 8; 6-7-4) 



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BASKETBALL RULE INTERPRETATIONS 

PART II 



© 



SITUATION »20: A1 has. the ball out-of-bounds for a throw-in The officials 
count is at 3 seconds when A1 throws the ball toward A2 Recognizing that B1 
may gain possession: either (a) A1 or (b) A2. requests a time-out 
RULING: The request is granted unless the 5-second count expires belore the 
request During a throw-in there is no player control but Ihe ball is dead until il 
touches an in-bounds player. (5-8-3b) 

SITUATION #21: If a team desires a time-out before the loss to start the game, 
should it be granted'' 

RULING: No The game must be started with the ball becoming alive, or with a 
violation or foul prior to this, before a time-out request is honored (5-11,6-1) 
SITUATION #22: A1 desires to participate following a period of inactivity due 
to a broken arm AVs doctor has devised a protective cast of hard plastic and 
has covered it with sofl padding at least ' -inch thick May A1 play 9 
RULING: No A guard, cast or brace or hard material may not be worn on the 
elbow, hand, finger, wrist or forearm even though covered with soft padding 
(3-5-1) 

SITUATION #23: A1 is charged with a personal foul The scorers detect that 
they do not agree on the total number of fouls charged to A1 
RULING: The referee should be notified immediately that a discrepancy 
exists If the reason for the problem cannot be determined, the referee shall 
accept the record of the official scorebook unless he or she has knowledge 
which permits him or her lo decide otherwise (2-11-7) 
SITUATION #24: A 1 ends the dribble near B's basket while under considerable 
defensive pressure A1 cannot see an open learn mate so he or she throws the 
ball against the backboard and catches the rebound 

RULING: Violation When the ball is Ihrownagainsl theopponent's backboard 
it is Ihe same as contacting the Moor - thus a double dribble results II A1 had 
not dribbled the act would constitute the start and end of a lega dribble (9-5) 
SITUATION #25: A1 and B1 exchange punches as the players are taking 
positions for the jump to start the extra period of play The official charges 
each with a flagrant technical foul 

RULING: Bolh players are disqualified If the official is able lo determine that 
one foul occurred before the other, then the 2 free throws for each are 
administered in the order of occurrence and the ball is taken out-of-bounds for 
a throw-in by the team shooting last II the fouls occurred simultaneously the 
period will continue with a center jump following the free throws If a throw-in 
does occur, the possession arrow is set when the thrower-in is handed the ball 
(4-8, 6-3-3g) 

SITUATION #26: A1 has Ihe ball oul-ol-bounds for a Ihrow-in and Ihe 
officials throw-in count has started A1 requests a time-out and it is granted 
Must A1 be the thrower-in when play resumes following Ihe time-out? 
RULING: No A1 does not have to be the thrower-in unless he or she is the 
player who comes to the area and accepts the ball from the administering 
official The rules no longer require that A1 or his or her substitute be the 
Ihrower-m following a time-out (2-9-2c) 

SITUATION #27: Is there a specific situation when the violation for excessively 
swinging arms or elbows is ignored? 

RULING: Yes there is. If a Team B player excessively swings arms or elbows 
during AVs field goal try or tap Ihe whistle is not sounded until the altempt is 
made or missed II Ihe atfempt is made, the violation is ignored If 
unsuccessful, the ball is awarded to A at Ihe spot out-of-bounds nearest to the 
violation (6-7-5 Exp d. 9-10) 

SITUATION #28: A1 has Ihe ball oul-of-bounds for a throw-in A1 completes 
the throw-in to A2 and then lakes four or five steps along the end line prior to 
coming inbounds behind a screen set by a3 and A4 A1 then gets a return pass 
from A2. A1 uses the screen to get an unchallenged try for goal 
RULING: A technical foul should be charged when A1 does not relurn directly 
inbounds after throwing the ball lo A2 Remaining off the court or delaying in 
returning is similar lo leaving the court for an unauthorized reason It should 
be especially obvious when A1's movement along the end line was to take 
advantage of the screen. (10-3-5) 

SITUATION #29: A1 has started the act of shooting and is then fouled by B1 
A1 completes the try but B2 bats the ball off the ring 

RULING: The foul by B1 does not cause the ball to become dead as Ihe trying 
motion by A1 was continuous. The action by B2 is basket interference and it 
does cause the ball to become dead immediately Two points are credited to 
A1 because of the interference and he or she is awarded 1 free throw for B1 's 
foul This is one of the few situations where a foul and a violation occur during 
the same live ball period (6-7-9 Exp c. 9-12-1 ) 

SITUATION #30: B1 takes a spot on the floor before A1 jumps to catch a pass, 
(a) A1 returns to the floor and then contacts B1; or (b) 81 moves to a new spot 
on the floor and A1 lands Oh one foot and then contacts B1 
RULING: In both (a) and (b) the contact is a player control foul by A1 (10-6 
and Comments on the Rules) 



SITUATION #31: B1 has established a legal guarding position on moving 
dribbler A1 A1 attempts lo go around B1 but B1 steps to maintain his or her 
position B1 has one toot off the floor when contact occurs on the front par tot 
his or her body 

RULING: A 1 is responsible for the conlact and has committed a player conlrol 
foul. B1 is permitted to move and maintain a position in A1's path The fact that 
A1 contactd the front of B1 's lorso supports the ruling ( 1 0-6 and Comments 
on Ihe Rules) 

COMMENT: The phrase however, if Ihe guard lumps into position, both feet 
must return to the floor prior to contact." does not affect the ruling The phrase 
covers the situation when a guard is attempting to establish the initial guarding 
position on the player with the ball. In thai -situation the guard would be 
responsible for Ihe contacl The phrase does nol apply to a guard who is 
stepping and shifting lo maintain position in the dribbler's path In (he play, if 
A1 had run info B1's leg or side then B1 would have louled If moving B1 had 
placed a toot on Ihe floor and A1 tripped over it, B1 is responsible, but. it B1 
does not move Ihe foot and A1 hips, it is Al's responsibility for the contact 
SITUATION #32: Thrower-in A1 is running Ihe end line lollowing a goal by 
Team B B1 intentionally fouls A2 prior to A1 attempting the Ihrow-m May the 
thrower-in of A run Ihe end line following the free throws? 
RULING: No The throw-in lollowing Ihe tree throws will be from a designated 
spot out-of-bounds nearest to where BVs foul occurred (7-5-5, 9) 
SITUATION #33: A1 dives lor a loose ball and slides on the floor after gaining 
possession A1 is in a prone position either on his or her back or stomach 
What can A1 do without violating? 

RULING: A 1 may pass, shool or slarl a dribble. Once possession is gained and 
the player is no longer sliding he or she cannot roll over A player on the floor 
face down may not roll over It a player is Mat on his or her back, he orshe may 
sit up without violating 

SITUATION #34: How is Ihe 2nd quarter started il a foul occurs almost 
simultaneously with the ending of the 1st quarter? 

RULING: There is nothing which makes the foul and the expiration ol time 
happen exactly at the same moment A contact foul is seldom, if every, 
instantaneous like the ending of a period The official must decide whether or 
nol il occurred before or alter lime expires In case of doubt, and the referee 
has no knowledge to alter the decision. Ihe loul would be considered as part of 
the 1 st quarter If Ihe contact occurred after the quarter ended, it is ignored 
unless It is intentional or flagrant. (2-13-3. 4-15-9. 5-6) 
SITUATION #35: Dribbler A1 has established a slraight-line path toward a 
certain area on the court Is A1 enhlled lo maintain this specific path? 
RULING: A 1 is entitled only to the extent that no opponent who is behind oral 
Ihe side is permitted to crowd him or her out of this path Team B players may 
attempt to establish a legal guarding position in AVs path regardless of the 
direction A1 is obligated to avoid contacting a defensive player who has taken 
an initial position with both feet on the floor and is facing him or her The 
defensive player does not have to allow any time or distance in establishing 
this position on an opponent with ten ball (4-2: 10-6 and Comments on the 
Rules) 

SITUATION #36: A1 releases the ball on a try for goal The ball strikes the ring 
and rebounds into the cylinder above the basket The ball is (a) back on the 
ring when A1 grasps the ring, or (b) still in the cylinder when A1 grasps the 
ring In both (a) and (b) the ball falls through the basket after A1 has released 
his or her grip on the ring 

RULING: In (a) the ball becomes dead immediately when the basket is touched 
by Al The touching is basket interference which prevents the goal from being 
scored In addition, A1 is charged with a technical foul (or grasping the ring In 
(b) Ihe whistle for the technical foul for grasping the ring does not cause the 
ball to become dead The goal counts and the technical foul is penalized (6-7- 
5 Exp, a; 9-12-1, 1-3-6) 

SITUATION #37: Team B is using a variety of defenses A1 passes to A2 and 
breaks toward the basket, BV who is guarding A1 (a) continues in a guarding 
posilion for a few steps and then stops B2 moves into AVs path so quickly that 
A1 cannot avoid charging into B2; or (b) continues to stay in AVs path and 
prevents Al from moving freely in any direction 

RULING: In (a) B2 has committed a blocking foul B2 did not establish a legal 
guarding position on an oponent without the ball B2 had to allow enough time 
or a distance of up to two steps for A1 to stop or change direction In (b) B1 is 
permitted to move and remain in AVs palh even though A1 no longer has the 
ball. Since B1 had a legal position initially, he or she may maintain it, (10-6 and 
Comments on the Rules) 



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WRESTLING RULE INTERPRETATIONS 

PART I 




PUBLICATION CORRECTIONS 

Rule Book 

Page 18 -- (5-2-4e) Delete, "beyond normal reaction " 

Page 31 — (9-2-2c) - Add technical rail. 

Page 56 — Copy is reversed on the pholo in the top left and the middle right 

Page 59 — Delete pholo in upper ngnl 
Casebook and Manual 

Page 7 — « — Delele mat judges ' 

Page 21 — Part VIII « 1 — Delele "a " 

Page 24 — «s 2 &3 - Add the deduction of one team point for the second 

offense. 

Page 45 - 6.6 3 E - Delete. 

Page 46 - -6 6 4A — Change "five" to 'six " 

Page 47 — 6 6 7 A — Delete the last sentence and add a one point team 

deduction for the second offense 

SITUATION #1: At the beginning of Ihe first period there is an immediate 
takedown to a near fall situation The referee signals a two-point take-down 
and also a two-point near fall The wrestlers then go out-of-bounds and the 
referees stops the match Atthat time the coach of the wrestler that was taken 
down goes to the scorer's table asking for a conference with the referee 

asks that all points earned be deleted because this would be bad time. 
RULING: The clock does not start the match The referee starts the match, 

therefore, the points earned would stand It would be necessary for the referee 
to adjust the clock according to his judgment of lime used at the time the two 
contestants went out-of-bounds He would also need to inform the coach that 



i would be Wrestler / 
:eive a one-point lean 



he was being warned for r 


nisconduct concerning hi: 


i questioning of thi 


misapplication of a rule 






SITUATION «2: Wrestler A hi 


is Wrestler B in a pinning si 


tuationat the edge o 


the mat and is able to hold hi 


m for only one second whei 


i Wrestler B goesou 


of the wrestling area. Both 


wrestlers eventually go oi 


it-of-bounds and thi 


referee sounds his whistle to 


bring them back to the cer 


iterof the mat. In thi: 


situation would Wrestler A e 


arn any points 9 




RULING: Wrestler A must ha' 


/e Wrestler B held fort wo s< 


;condsafterhemeet 



the near fall criteria in order to score near fall points. In this situation he was 
only held for one second so no near fall points would be scored. Wrestler B. 
however, would be penalized lor going out of the wrestling are in order to avoid 
wrestling and Wrestler A would receive one point for this technical violation. 
NOTE: If Wrestler A had held Wrestler B long enough to earn near fall points. 
then no penally points would be awarded. 

SITUATION «3: Wrestler A is ahead of Wrestler B by a score of 17 to 5 when he 
applies a guillotine to Wrestler B and puts him in a near fall situation for a 
period of five seconds. The referee has concluded the five-second count for a 



beca 



-point near fall but has 

places his shoulders on the i 
calls a fall Who would be de 
RULING: In this situation as s 
award points as they were eai 
12-point advantage and with 
point advantage, therefor 
and would not be the lo; 
SITUATION #4: After the 
match procedure, the re 
circle as he goes to the : 



signalled the near fall to the scorer's table 

ncluded. As wrestling continues, Wrestler A 

for a period of two seconds and the referee 

ed the winner of the match 9 

soon as Ihe match was stopped the referee would 

lrned during the above situation. Wrestler A had a 

h the three-point near fall, would give him a 15- 

le would be awarded the match by a technical fall 

of the match because of pinning himself. 

nclusion of Ihe third period, but prior to the end of 

le directs the wrestlers to remain on the 10-foot 

rer's table to check the final results At that time. 



Wrestler A leaves the wrestling area and goes over and sits down at the edge of 
the mat with his coach Would there be any penalty concerning this action 9 
RULING: When a contestant has been directed to remain on the 10-foot circle 
and he decides not to remain there, this would be considered as 
unsportsmanlike conduct and his team would be penalized one point 
SITUATION #5: The score of a match is Wrestler A - six and Wrestler B - five. 
With approximately 10 seconds left in the match with Wrestler A in the 
offensive position, Wrestler B begins a reversal With the expiration of time the 
referee signals a one-point escape for Wrestler B because a has lost control 
but B has not fully gained control Wrestler A is upset and indicates his 
displeasure concerning the call to the referee. The referee calls 
unsportsmanlike conduct against Wrestler A. What is the score of the match 
and how do we count the unsportsmanlike conduct call? 



RULING: The match 

WrestlerA'steamwo 

the unsportsmanlike 

match would go into overtime NOTE: The unspoi 

reflects a team point instead of a match point because Ihe i 

alter wrestling has concluded (o end the third period This 

conduct call would have no bearing on the match results 

SITUATION ff6: At the conclusion of the second period Wi 



i like conduct call 
action takes place 

; unsportsmanlike 



ML' 



sg.venhu 



choice of position to star! the third period On 

known to the referee, does he have any flexibility in altering his choice? 

uttee teels that when the referee addresses the individual 
ght help facilitate matters if he would also give him some 
-estler B must select either up, down 
:Sk the individual to respond to his 
ess more smoothly A! the end of the 
individual that has the choice the 
ake up, down neutral or defer 9 The 
stlerwith the choice at the end of the 
omit defer This would probably 
eliminate a lot of confusion concerning a choice. In response to the question 
brought out in the situation, as long as the wrestler would make an immediate 
problem in him changing his mind. There are 
i simply be left to the judgment of the referee 
hofNorthHigh School has been warned under 



RULING: The 

with the choic 
options For e 
or neutral If the referee would simp 
question the match would probably pi 
first period the referee should give 
following options: Would you desire 
same statemenl would be given to the 
second period except that you wc 



correction there would be 

limits, however, and thisw 

SITUATION #7: The head c 

Rule 6-6-6. he has been penalized by the deduction of one team poml and he 

has been removed from the premises for a third occurrence and his team has 

been deducted art additional team point What is the penalty assessed to the 

school and assistant coach if the assistant coach is later penalized under this 

same section 9 

RULING: The committee discussed this interpretation at some length and il 

was decided this would constitute flagrant misconduct on the part of his 

assistant and the individual would be removed on the first occurrence along 

with the deduction of one team point. This is considered as a gross violation of 

Rule 6-6-6 and that is the reason for the stiff penalty 

SITUATION »8: Wrestler A has his arm around the head of his opponent but 

instead of locking his hands he grasps the inside of his thigh either with or 

without an arm being encircled Would this be considered as an illegal hold 9 

RULING: This would not be considered as an illegal headlock but it would be 

considered as potentially dangerous It is a situation that the referee would 

need to look at very closely but the hold in itself would not be illegal. 

SITUATION #9: When the referee arrives at the sight of a dual meet, he 

observes a young man running in the gymnasium wearing a vinyl type suit. 

What is the authority of the referee in this situation 9 

RULING: The referee must check this situation and if the individual is running 

for weight reduction purposes, it would be a violation and that individual 

would be disqualified from competition that day It is possible that the 

individual would not be a wrestler and therefore the referee must check into 

the situation prior to making a decision 

SITUATION »10: When the defensive wrestler is able to stand, turn and face 

his opponent, when do you have loss of control for an escape? This is in 

reference to the offensive wrestler having hands locked around the upper 

body when the defensive wrestler is able to stand 

RULING: When the defensive wrestler is able to stand, turn, break the locked 

hands and separate them to a point that they both cross the mid-line of the 

back, control is lost by the offensive wrestler and an escape should be 

awarded. 

SITUATION #11: Wrestler A has a technical violation in the first period, a 

technical violation in the second period, he is warned for stalling in the second 

period and he is penalized tor stalling in the third period but he is penalized 

only one match point After the dual meet is over and the coach is looking at 

the scorebook. he sees that an error was made Would this be considered as a 

correctable error 9 

RULING: In this situation it would not be a correctable error because the dual 

meet was over In a dual meet a correction of this nature must be made prior to 

the start of any subsequent match or if it is during the last match of the dual 

meet, it must be corrected prior to the referee signing the scorebook. This 

correction does not fit either of the two options, therefore, it cannot be 

corrected and the score of the match would stand. 



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WRESTLING RULE INTERPRETATIONS 

PART II 




SITUATION #12: Wrestler B is pinned by Wrestlt 
Wrestler A tells his coach that Wrestler B bit him a 
his chest The coach of Wrestler A calls the refen 
looks at Wrestler A, he then penalizes Wrestler B fc 
One team point is deducted In a later match Wre 
with an illegal hold and loses his match At that tirr 
up again and someone says that Wrestler B shoi 



flagrant misconduct W 
would you do now'' 
RULING: The first error . 
Wrestler A and then pena 



Id th 



, be considered a corret table t 



' A. After the match is over 
id shows him the marks on 
e over and after the referee 
unsportsmanlike conduct 
itler B injures his opponent 
s, the biting incident comes 
Id have been charged \ 



>ix people and two of them go into the 
are left with four individuals for the consolation 
f two. therefore, you would have no byes in the 



nd what 



refers 



It the refer. 



us situation occurs when the 
; Wrestler B for unsportsmanlike conduct The 
Id never make a call based on what he thinks might haveoccurred. 
i does not see the incident, he should not call the incident. In this 
situation, however, if the referee categorized the biting as unsportsmanlike 
conduct, it would only have involved a match point and the match pointwould 
be insignificant because of the fact that Wrestler A pinned Wrestler B In the 
later match when this problem was discovered you could not go back and 
change the unsportsmanlike conduct call to a flagrant misconduct call even 
though the act originally would fall under the category of flagrant misconduct 
This would not be considered as a correctable error when discovered ma later 
match 

SITUATION #13: After the match is stopped when the wrestlers go off the edge 
of the mat. Wrestler A gives Wrestler B a slight shove and then in retaliation, 
Wrestler B hits Wrestler A. The referee calls unsportsmanlike conduct on 
Wrestler A and flagrant misconduct on Wrestler B Wrestler A at this point in 
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effect the following situations? (a) What is the upper and lower limits of a 167- 
pound contestant who wishes to wrestle in the 185-pound weight class on 
February 15 7 (b) Can a 167-pound wrestler from a state that follows only the 12 
weight classes wrestle in the 185-pound class in an adjoining state that has 
added a 175-pound class 9 

RULING: In part (a), an individual that is in the 167-pound weight class on 
February 15. must exceed 158 pounds and be either equal to or less than 170 
pounds Any individual that weighs in excess of 158 and less than 170 may 
wrestle in both the 167-pound class and the 185-pound class. The answer to 
part (b) is not addressed in the Wrestling Rule Book When a state chooses to 
add an additional weight class and then wrestle another state that follows the 
original 12 weight classes, the answer to this situation must be worked out in 
their agreement to compete Anytime you have exceptions by state adoption, 
you must have agreement on this type of situation 

SITUATION #15: Wrestler A is ahead by a score of 13 toO and he has Wrestler B 
in a near fall situation The referee has counted off 5 seconds but the three- 
point near fall has not been signalled because the situation has not concluded. 
Prior to the referee stopping the match, Wrestler A's hold becomes illegal and 
Wrestler B is injured (a) Does Wrestler A win by technical fall? (b) Is there any 
penalty against Wrestler A 9 (c) Does Wrestler B win by default because of the 
illegal hold which injured him 9 

RULING: Wrestler A wins the match by a technical fall In this situation the 
penalty for the illegal hold and the injury would be ignored unless the referee 
ruled that the action by Wrestler A was flagrant misconduct 
SITUATION #16: In the district tournament finals Wrestler A is charged with 
flagrant misconduct. Will Wrestler A's team be able to keep the points credited 
to him at the conclusion of the semi-finals 7 

RULING: Wrestler A would be able to keep all points he had earned for his 
learn up until the time of the finals but he would receive no points for first or 
second place If the scorer had issued potential team points to Team A at the 
conclusion of the semi-finals they would have to be withdrawn Wrestler A 
could only earn points up through the semi-finals 

SITUATION #17: If you have an eight man bracket that contains two byes in 
the championship bracket would you also have byes in the consolation 
pairings when you cross-bracket 7 



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SITUATION #18: In the semi-finals in both half-brackets we have an injury due 
to illegal holds where the wrestlers are not able to continue the match. 
Following the semi-final matches, both individuals are checked by a doctor 
and they are both told the cannot wrestle in the finals of the tournament, (a) Do 
we have a first or second place finisher in the tournament; and (b) How many 
team points are allowed these two contestants? 

RULING: In this situation there would be no first or second place finisher in the 
tournament. Therefore, neither team would receive points for either first or 
second place The only points these two individuals would contribute to their 
team would be the point total earned up through the semi-final matches. 
SITUATION #19: An overtime winner is determined by criteria #6 and the 
coach of the wrestler that lost indicates to the referee at the conclusion of the 
match that he should have been credited with one or more takedowns and 
should be declared the winner according to criteria #3. There is no correction 
madeatthistimeandthe wrestlers both leave the mat. Later when the coach is 
looking at the scorecard he sees that a two-point reversal had been written on 
the card instead of a two-point takedown. He then shows this to the 
tournament official prior to either wrestler competing in the next round of 
competition. He again requests that a change be made in the winner of the 
match. Is this considered as a correctable error 7 

RULING: At this point m time we would no longer have a correctable error. 
When an error of this nature is made during tournament competition, it must 
not only be detected prior to the offended contestant leaving the mat area but it 
also must be corrected prior to the offended contestant leaving the mat area. In 
this situation the referee did not make the correction at the time it was 
originally brought to his attention, therefore, it is no longer considered a 
correctable error 
SITUATION #20: A tournamt 
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heavyweight or 275-pound weight class? 

RULING: On both days of the tournament the heavyweight contestants must 
weigh a minimum of 184 pounds. On Friday. January 31, the maximum weight 
for the heavyweight contestants would be 277 pounds. On Saturday the 
heavyweight division, along with all other divisions, would receive one 
additional pound for the second day of the tournament and one additional 
pound for the growth allowance which is added February 1. Therefore the 
heavyweight contestant on Saturday could weigh 279 pounds. 
SITUATION #21: Wrestler A breaks Wrestler B down to the mat and then 
applies a half-nelson and turns Wrestler B toward his back One shoulder of 
Wrestler B is on the mat and the other shoulder is within approximately two 
inches of the mat for a period of one second and then Wrestler B is able to 
counter the move and turn back to his stomach. How many near fall points 
would Wrestler A earn for this maneuver 7 

RULING: in order to score near fall points, the defensive wrestler must be held 
in a pinning situation for a period of two full seconds. In this situation there 
would be no near fall points scored by Wrestler A 

SITUATION #22: School A's 1 1 2 pounder comes onto the mat wearing loose 
fitting knee pads that he is obviously having trouble keeping in place. Are 
these pads permissible to wear 7 

RULING: Loose pads are prohibited If. in the referee's opinion, any loose pad 
is causing a problem, it either must be corrected or removed. 
SITUATION #23: Wrestler A has the choice at the beginning of the second 
period and elects to defer, Wrestler B then is given the choice and he elects to 
take the up position for the start of the second period. At the beginning of the 
third period the referee asks Wrestler B what position he would choose and he 
agains chooses the up position The referee gives Wrestler B his choice of 
position because at the beginning of the second period Wrestler A had first 
choice. Is this a correct procedure 7 

RULING: if at the start of the second period the wrestler that has the choice 
decides to defer, then he will have the choice at the beginning of the third 
period. In this situation Wrestler A chooses to defer at the beginning of the 
second period, therefore, at the start of the third period, Wrestler A shall have 
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CHEMICAL HEALTH 

TvrgeT 

Top Athletes Join National Federation 
in Helping Youth Deal With Alcohol, Drugs 

National Basketball Association superstar Michael Jordan. Former Olympic gymnast Mary Lou Retton. 
Olympic wheelchair athlete Doug Heir. These and approximately 60 other athletes, business leaders, 
entertainers, religious leaders and government officials have joined the National Federation's TARGET 
program in its effort to help junior high and high school students cope with the problems of alcohol and drugs. 

The goal of TARGET is students working with students to create a positive peer pressure relationship and to 
help students understand that it is OK to say "No" to drugs and alcohol. Because of the growing numbers of 
students using alcohol and drugs over the past few years, a number of personalities have committed to helping 
the National Federation as it helps students strive to maintain healthy lifestyles. 

Bowie Kuhn, former Major League Baseball commissioner, is chairman of the TARGET Executive 
Committee, and William Simon is chairman of the Board of Directors. First Lady Nancy Reagan is honorary 
chairman of the board. 

In addition, Commissioners Pete Rozelle (National Football League), David Stern (National Basketball 
Association) and Peter Ueberroth (Major League Baseball) have aligned with TARGET, as have Dallas 
Cowboys coach Tom Landry, Penn State football coach Joe Paterno, North Carolina basketball coach Dean 
Smith and University of Tennessee women's basketball coach Pat Head Summitt. 

To further support TARGET, Stern has involved the National Federation's drug and alcohol program in the 
NBA's Don't Foul Out emphasis. 

The NBA has produced public service announcements for its telecasts on CBS and WTBS promoting the 
sale of Don't Foul Out lapel pins, encouraging the youth of America to say "No" to drugs. The pins cost $1 
each, and 50 cents of every dollar is being donated to TARGET. 

The Don't Foul Out lapel pins can be obtained by sending $1 plus a self-addressed, stamped envelope to 
Don't Foul Out, P.O. Box 5418, New York, New York 10185. 

In addressing the first TARGET Board of Directors meeting November 3 in Washington, D.C., Kuhn told why 
he had volunteered to be involved with the National Federation's TARGET program: 

"I believe in this cause simply as an American. I'm concerned about what alcohol and drug abuse is doing to 
our nation's character - and to our nation's future. I've seen every segment of our society eroded by abuse. It 
destroys every group it touches, and these days it touches every group. The decay isn't limited to our youth, 
but with our youth the remedy will begin." 

Students and schools wishing to become involved in the National Federation's TARGET program should 
contact Charles Stebbins, TARGET director, National Federation, P.O. Box 20626, Kansas City, Missouri 
64195. 



PROJECT 714 



Project 714 is a drug prevention and intervention program for schools. It exists to help students refrain from 
the use of alcohol and other drugs by providing an organized program of positive peer pressure and caring 
confrontation. 

These objectives are accomplished through an adaptable model program which gives training and support 
to a core group of 8-1 2 teachers from each school. With the guidance of a full-time field supervisor provided by 
Project 71 4, the core group of teachers leads the program and activities of the Students Staying Straight group 
and other groups as needed. 

Students Staying Straight is a group open to all students who wish to abstain from the use of alcohol and 
drugs and who are willing to make a commitment to do so. These students are encouraged to serve as role 
models and exert positive peer pressure so they and other students know they don't have to use chemicals to 
enjoy life. 

In addition to the SSS group, Project 714's Intervention Group is designed to help students who are 
concerned about their own use of drugs. This group brings such students together under the guidance of a 
specially trained teacher. 

The Concerned Persons Program helps students help their drug-using friends. A teacher specially trained 
in the technique of caring confrontation leads a small group of students who get together on a regular basis. 

The Chemical Awareness Group is designed for problem students who would normally be suspended or 
expelled because of their use of drugs. 

(Project 714 Continued on Page Five) 



VOL. XLIX NO. 7 



The Kentucky High School Athlete 

Official Publication of the 
Kentucky High School Athletic Association 

FEBRUARY, 1987 



$5.00 PER YEAR 




ANNOUNCING 

2nd Annual Mid America Classic 

Both states point to their long-standing tradition and 
take great pride in hardwood rivalries at every level. Both 
have produced numerous outstanding college and pro 
basketball players and both have attracted much national 
attention with their state tournaments each year. 

Now it seems most appropriate that Indiana and 
Kentucky have joined forces to help provide catastrophic 
and liability insurance for all high school athletes. 
Proceeds from the Mid-America Classic will support 
catastrophic and liability insurance programs in both 




states. This policy is designed to help offset medical 
expenses of a participant who suffers a severe injury while 
playing, or traveling to or from a high school athletic 
contest. This plan is in addition to other insurance, with 
unlimited lifetime benefits per injury 

Cost of this insurance continues to grow rapidly each 
year. Each state pays nearly $100,000 to insure all 
participants in all sports sanctioned by the state high 
school athletic associations. The expense would be 
prohibitive if individual schools had to arrange for the 
same coverage. 

Tickets for the Mid-America Classic are priced at $8.00 
and are avaiable by mailing this order form to either the 
Indiana or Kentucky associations. Tickets will also be 
available at Indiana and Kentucky association offices. 

Indiana and Kentucky, conceded to be two of the 
nation's most publicized proving grounds for high school 
basketball, got together last year for the first Annual Mid- 
America Classic at Lexington's Rupp Arena. Indiana's 
boys and girls state basketball champions battled 
Kentucky's state champs in a classic double-header. 

Marion, Indiana's boys state champs, won a 77-75 
overtime barn burner from Kentucky boys state champ 
Pulaski County and Kentucky girls state champ. Oldham 
County, grabbed a 49-47 nail-biter against Indiana girls 
state champ, Fort Wayne Northrop in the first Mid-America 
Classic. 

This year's second Mid-America Classic will be played 
April 4, 1987 at Market Square Arena, Indianapolis, with 
the girls state champs from the two states clashing at 1:15 
p.m. and the boys state champs taking the floor 
immediately after the first game is completed. 

Indiana and Kentucky are two of just three states that 
have show-cased a one class state basketball tournament 
with tremendous success. The Hoosier state grosses more 
than $2 million each year and has put together 58 straight 
sellout crowds for its boys state finals tournament. Two 
years ago, the Indiana Girls State Finals set a national 
attendance record. 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR FEBRUARY, 1987 



FEBRUARY, 1987 VOL. XLIX, NO. 7 

Published monthly, except June andJuly, by the Kentucky 
High School Athletic Association, Office of Publication, 
560 E. Cooper Dr., P.O. Box 22280, Lexington. KY 40522. 

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Editor TOM MILLS 

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Assistant Editor LOUIS STOUT 

Assistant Editor BILLY V. WISE 

Assistant Editor JULIAN TACKETT 

Lexington, Kentucky 

BOARD OF CONTROL 

President - Chester Turner (1983-1987) Fort Thomas. 
Vice-President - Frank Welch (1984-1988) Belfry. 
Directors - Tom Buchanan (1985-1989) Eddyville. Sam 
Chandler (1986-1990) Shelbyville. Charles Miller (1986- 
1990) Louisville. Tony Ohnger (1984-1989) Lexington, 
Grant Talbott (1984-1988) Owensboro, Ken Tippett (1985- 
1989) Versailles. David Webb (1983-1987) Brownsville. 
Charlie Wilson (1984-1988) Hyden, State Department of 
Education - Lloyd Redman, Louisville 
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" MINUTES 
OF THE 
BOARD MEETING 

January 17, 1987 



The Board of Control of the Kentucky High School 
Athletic Association met at the Executive West, Louisville, 
Kentucky, on Saturday morning, January 17, 1987. The 
meeting was called to order by President Chester Turner at 
9:00 a.m. Present were all Board members, Commissioner 
Tom Mills, Executive Assistant Billy Wise, Assistant 
Commissioners Brigid DeVnesand Louis Stout and Sports 
Information Director Julian Tackett. Mr. Lloyd Redman, 
representing the State Department of Education was also 
present. The invocation was given by Mr. Sam Chandler 

Daivd Webb made a motion that the minutes of the 
November 28-29, 1986 meeting be approved. Tony dinger 
seconded the motion, which carried unanimously. 

Commissioner Mills informed the Board that Dr. Quin 
Bailey, Chairman of the Subcommittee on Athletes' Health 
of the Kentucky Medical Association, would be in 
attendance at the March meeting of the Board to discuss 
proposed changes in the Medical Symposiums. 

Following a discussion by the Board members of the 
recent eligibility hearings before the State Board of 
Education, Grant Talbott made a motion that the Board 
seek a joint meeting with the State' Board of Education to 
discuss Kentucky High School Athletic Association Rules 
and Regulations as they pertain to By-Law 5, Transfer 
Rule. Tom Buchanan seconded the motion which carried 
unanimously. President Turner appointed the following 
Board members to serve on the committee: Tony Olinger, 
Chairman of the East Eligibility Committee; David Webb, 
Chairman of the West Eligibility Committee; 
Commissioner Tom Mills; Frank Welch, Vice President of 



the Board, and Chester Turner. President of the Board. 

Commissioner Mills presented a letter from Coach 
Denny Fugate of M C Napier regarding the eligibility 
status of Jim Lever idge. Following a lengthy discussion of 
Jim's case. Charles Miller made a motion that no further 
action be taken in this matter Tony Olinger seconded the 
motion The motion carried by a vote of nine in favor of the 
motion and one abstention. 

President Turner called on Mr Tom Southerland who 
had requested a hearing before the Board on behalf of his 
daughter, Kathie. Kathie had transferred to Boyle County 
from Lincoln County where she had participated in 
athletics. Commissioner Mills had ruled Kathie ineligible 
to participate in athletics at Boyle County for a period of 
thirty-six school weeks Following Mr Southerland's 
presentation and testimony by Kathie, her mother Barbara 
and Bryan Station Jr. High Coach Lonnie Lealand and a 
lenghty discussion thereof, David Webb made a motion, 
seconded by Ken Tippett. that the East Eligibility 
Committee meet to ascertain further information from 
representatives of Lincoln County High School 
concerning the case, and then render a decision on the 
appeal. The motion carried unanimously. 

Frank Welch moved, seconded by Charlie Wilson, that 
the bills of the Association for the period December 1 
through December 31 be approved. The motion carried 
unanimously. 

Commissioner Mills then discussed with Board 
members several proposals to be considered by the 1987 
Delegate Assembly. He explained that he would provide 
the members of the Board with a complete copy of the 
proposals during the March meeting of the Board. 

Following a discussion of a tie breaking system for the 
Board to use in the event of a tie vote on issues before the 
Board. Ken Tippett made a motion that in order to break a 
tie in the future that if a tied vote remains following three 
attempts, there will be a draw from the hat. Charles Miller 
seconded the motion, which passed unanimously. 

Mr Buchanan then presented the Academic 
Committee's report which addressed the concerns of By- 
Law 4., Sec. 5 (c) Minimum Academic Requirement. The 
committee felt that a participant should be given a second 
chance if he/she has had a disastrous year. As an 
amendment to the eligibility rule, if an athlete passes five 
subjects for the year that he/she has set out, the following 
year he/she should be eligible to participate again. The 
progression rule would remain as it is. Grant Talbott 
moved that the committee's report be taken under 
advisement and that the issue be addressed at the 
Delegate Assembly Meeting in the form of a proposal 
submitted by the Board of Control. Tom Buchanan 
seconded the motion which carried unanimously. 

In recognition of the fact that many of our rules and 
policies are based on the assumption that certain 
commonalities in programs exist among districts, and that 
the length of school days, the length of the school year and 
current graduation requirements presume the student 
load to be five (5) Carnegie units per year, David Webb 
made a motion, seconded by Ken Tippett, that no change 
be made with existing academic requirements. If is further 
understood that a review of the so called "normal 
progress" requirements will be considered by the 1987 
Delegate Assembly. The motion carried unanimously. 

Executive Assistant Wise reported that $393,011.00 in 
ticket sales had been received through this date for the 
Boys State Basketball Tournament. Advanced ticket sales 
for the Girls State Basketball Tournament had netted 
$8,388.00— both figures being ahead of last year's receipts 
at this time. 

A discussion ensued regarding the redistricting of 
basketball schools in Region IX. President Turner stated 
that he would like to contact all schools in that region to 
determine if they support the proposed changes before a 
vote is taken. Tom Buchanan made a motion that the 
I Continued on Page Three) 



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PAGE THREE 



(Continued from Page Two) 

Board consider the proposal at the March meeting. Charlie 

Wilson seconded the motion which passed unanimously 

Following Asst. Commissioner Stout's recommenda- 
tion, Tony dinger made a motion, seconded by Frank 
Welch that the State Soccer Tournament be held in 
Lexington in 1987- The motion carried unanimously 

Sam Chandler moved that the Baseball Semi-State 
Tournament, covering Region 1-4, be held in Owensboro 
in 1987. Charlie Wilson seconded the motion, which 
carried unanimously. 

Following a discussion by Asst. Commissioner DeVries 
with regard to a change in the format for the State Girls 
Volleyball Tournament, Tom Buchanan moved, seconded 
by Tony dinger, that the K.H.S.A.A. send a letter to all 
volleyball playing schools to determine if they would 
prefer to follow the old or new format as it relates to the 
number of teams participating in the State Tournament. 
The moiton passed unanimously. 

Sports Information Director Tackett announced to the 
Board members that four names had been submitted to the 
National Federation Hall of Fame for consideration: Cliff 
Hagan, Paul Hornung, Stella Gilb and Ted Sanford. 

Mr. Tackett also announced that all games to be played 
at the Girls Basketball Tournament in Bowling Green on 
March 18-21 will be played on Eastern Time. The Board 
was advised that the Tournament Headquarters will be at 
the American Plaza Motel, 4767 Scottsville Road, Bowling 
Green. 



Following a discussion on the date and site of the next 
meeting of the Board of Control, it was decided that the 
meeting will be in Bowling Green on Thursday, March 19, 
1987, at 8:00 a.m. C.S.T. at Diddle Arena 

Executive Assistant Wise announced that the basketball 
rating summaries have been mailed totheschools. Healso 
advised the Board that the site of the 1987 National 
Federation Annual Meeting will be in Denver, Colorado 
from June 29 - July 3 at the City Center Marriott 

Upon the recommendation of Commissioner Mills, Tom 
Buchanan made a motion, seconded by Charlie Wilson, 
that the Commissioner be empowered to grant each team 
that participated in the football playoffs $1 ,200.00 to help 
defray expenses. The motion carried unanimously. 

Following a discussion of requests for the use of certain 
video equipment being used at the various state 
tournament events, Tom Buchanan made a motion 
seconded by Ken Tippett, that a committee be formed to 
study video taping regulations for K.H.S.A.A. events, 
concerning both participating schools and the general 
public. The motion passed unanimously. PresidentTurner 
appointed Commissioner Mills, S.I.D. Tackett. Ken 
Tippett, Tom Buchanan and himself to serve on the 
committee and directed them to meet prior to the March 
meeting of the Board 

There being no further business, Charlie Wilson moved 
that the meeting be adjourned. Tony dinger seconded the 
motion, which carried unanimously 



1987 Girls' Sweet Sixteen 
Tournament Draw 

All games to be played, Bowling Green's Diddle 



Arena March 18-21, 1987. 



Region 4 



3/18 1:00 EST. 

Region 1 



Region 8 



3/20 1:00 EST. 



3/18 2:30 EST 

Region 14 



Region 12 

3/18 7:30 EST 

Region 5 



Region 11 



3/21 10:00 E.S.T. 



3/20 2:30 E.ST. 



3/18 9:00 E.S.T. 

Region 15 



Region 2 



3 21 8:00 EST 



3/19 1:00 E.S.T 




Region 10 









Region 7 

3/19 2:30 EST. 

Region 6 



Region 3 

3/19 7:30 E.S.T. 

Region 9 



3/20 7:30 EST 



3/21 11:30 E.S.T. 



Region 16 

3/19 9:00 E.S.T. 

Region 13 



3/20 9:00 E.S.T. 



1987 Boys' Sweet Sixteen 
Tournament Draw 

All games to be played, Lexington's Rupp 
Arena March 25-28. 1987 



Region 3 



3/25 1:00 EST 






Region 2 






Region 15 


3/27 1:00 E.S.T. 










3.25 2:30 E.S.I. 






Region 12 








Region 6 


3/28 10:00 EST. 










3 25 7 30 E S I 








Region 10 








Region 1 


3/27 2:30E.S.T. 










3/25 9:00 E.S.T. 








Region 7 








Region 5 


3/28 8:00 EST. 


Champion 




3/26 1:00 E.S.T 








Region 16 






Region 9 


3/27 7:30 E.S.T. 














3/26 2:30 E.S.T. 






Region 13 








Region 4 


3.28 11:30 E.S.T. 








3/26 7:30 E.S.T. 








Region 11 














Region 8 







3/26 9:00 E.S.T. 

Region 14 





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FOOTBALL RULE CHANGES 
ANNOUNCED FOR '87 SEASON 

KANSAS CITY, MO. (January 15, 1987) — Player safety continued to be a main emphasis of the National Federation 
Football Rules Committee at its January 7-8 meeting in Point Clear, Alabama, as all nine rules revisions were enacted to 
make high school football a safer game. 

Once again, no significant rules changes were made by the committee, which is composed of one representative from 48 
of the state member associations and representatives of the National Federation Interscholastic Coaches Association 
(NFICA) and the National Federation Interscholastic Officials Association (NFIOA). 

"As far as the actual rules of the game are concerned, the committee is satisfied that high school football is in excellent 
shape," said Dick Schindler, editor of the National Federation Football Rules and assistant director of the National 
Federation. "However, the committee is concerned about player safety, and most of the changes reflect that concern. 

"Even the four points of emphasis address the concern for improved player safety." 

Points of emphasis adopted by the committee this year are roughing the passer, rougher the kicker, late hits and illegal 
blocks on the tackier. Points of emphasis are determined by the committee each year to improve compliance and 
enforcement of the existing rules in those areas. 

Among the nine rules changes were three from Rule 1. Rule 1-5-1c now will require tooth protectors to cover all upper 
teeth. Protectors must be large enough to cover all teeth in the back of the mouth. 

Rule 1-5-3 was revised to permit the use of artificial arms. Previously, the rule limited artificial limbs to those below the 
knee. Beginning with the 1987 season, both artificial arms and legs will be permitted, as long as other criteria are met. 

In addition, the committee determined that knee braces must be worn under the pants (Rule 1-5-3c). With an increase in 
the number of players wearing knee braces, the committee agreed that exposed knee braces presented a definite safety 
problem for other players. 

Two changes were made in Rule 3— Periods, Time Factors and Substitutions. Rule 3-3-3d was revised to elimnate the try- 
for-point when a touchdown is scored on the last play of the game, if the point(s) is not necessary to determine the outcome 
of the game. In addition, the extra-point attempt would still be allowed if points were needed for state playoff considerations. 

Rule 3-4-3h also was revised to state that the referee may start or stop the clock at his discretion only if a team illegally 
conserves or consumes time. With the addition of the word "illegally," the referee will not start or stop the clock at his 
discretion unless a penalty is called on the play. 

Although roughing the passer is one point of emphasis this year, that protection ends if a passer throws an illegal pass 
from beyond the line of scrimmage. Rule 9-4-3 was revised to state that roughing-the-passer restrictions end if the pass is 
thrown from beyond the line of scrimmage. 

Other changes made in Rule 9 were 9-6-4 and 9-8-2. In Rule 9-6-4, it now is illegal participation if an injured player is not 
replaced for at least one down. Beginning with the 1987 season, if an injured player is not replaced for at least one down, a 
15-yard penalty will be assessed. 

In another safety-related change, Rule 9-8-2 was revised to allow three attendants per team on the field during a charged 
timeout, or a television and/or radio timeout 

In eight- and nine-man football next season, games will be terminated at the end of the first half (or anytime thereafter) if 
one team gains a 45-point advantage. This rule already is in effect in six-man football. 

Other minor revisions made by the Football Rules Committee are as follows: 

Rule 1-3-7: The referee shall aprove (rather than appoint) the clock operator. Game management appoints the clock 
operator. 

Rules 2-28-1, 7-1-3, 4: Coverage is now provided for preliminary ball adjustment by the snapper. This changes legalizes an 
addition to the interpretations made last year and gives the center freedom to adjust the ball when teammates are not on the 
line and a snap may not be made. 

Rule 4-3-5: A team now may designate the snap spot folio wing a dead-ball foul, on those plays that a team could designate 
the snap spot. 

Rule 5-3-2 Note: The captain must request measurement prior to the ready-for-play signal. 

Rule 9-4-4b: Roughing-the-kicker exception will be in effect if the defense touches (rather than blocks or partially blocks) 
the kicked ball near the kicker and contact is unavoidable. 

Football is the most popular high school sport in terms of number of participants with almost one million players annually. 
Almost 15,000 schools offer football as an interscholastic sport, which ranks second behind boys basketball. 

RULES CHANGES 

RULE SUMMARY OF CHANGE 

1-5-1c Tooth protector must cover all upper teeth. 

1-5-3 Permits use of artificial arm. 

1-5-3c Note Knee braces must be worn under the pants. 

3-3-3d, 8-3-1 Eliminates try following a last-play touchdown when point(s) is not necessary to determine 

outcome of the game or playoff qualification. 

3-4-3h, 3-6-3 The referee may start or stop clock if a team illegally conserves or consumes time. 

9-4-3 Roughing-the-passer restrictions end if the pass is thrown from beyond the line of scrimmage. 

9-6-4 Illegal participation occurs if an injured player is not replaced for at least one down. 

9-8-2 Three attendants per team are allowed on the field during a charged timeout, or a TV/radio 

timeout. 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR FEBRUARY, 1987 PAGE FIVE 



8-9 Man Game is terminated at the end of the first half (or anytime thereafter) if one team gains a 45-point 

advantage. 

MINOR REVISIONS 

1-3-7 The referee shall approve the clock operator. 

2-28-1; Provides coverage for preliminary ball adjustment by the snapper 

7-1-3, 4 

4-3-5 Team may in specific instances designate snap spot following a dead ball foul. 

5-3-2 Note Captain must request measurement prior to the ready-for-play signal. 

9-4-4b Roughing the kicker exception in effect if the defense touches the kicked ball near the kicker and 

contact is unavoidable. 

EDITORIAL CHANGES 

Sections affected: 1-2-7; 2-11-3; 2-15-1; 2-16-2; 2-17-1; 3-1-1; 3-4-3,4; 3-5-1 ; 5-2-2; 6-1-8 & Fund 
#27; 8-4-lb; 10-1-4; 10-5-5; overtime time-outs. 



POINTS OF EMPHASIS 



1. Roughing the passer. 

2. Roughing the kicker. 

3. Late hits. 

4. Illegal blocks on the tackier 




BASEBALL AND SOFTBALL INFORMATION 

Tri-State Baseball and Softball Clinics will be held at Elizabethtown High 
School for all Coaches and Umpires in the Fifth Region. The clinics will beheld 
on March 23, 1987 at 7:00 p.m. 



The Part Two Baseball and Softball Examination will be given on March 23, 
1987 at 8:00 p.m. at Elizabethtown High School. 




(Project 714 Continued from Inside Cover) 

Project 714 is helping students refrain from using alcohol and drugs. Unlike drug rehabilitation programs, 
the focus of Project 714 is on prevention rather than cure. It does not take the place of drug rehabilitation 
programs. Instead, it is designed to keep teenagers from getting started on drugs. 

Since 1981, more than 6,000 students have been involved in the pilot program begun in Chattanooga, 
Tennessee. Through the power of positive peer pressure, Project 714 continues to be an effective program to 
prevent substance abuse among high school, junior high and even grade-school students. 

School principals administer the program, and funds ($49 a school year for one student to be involved) are 
raised locally by interested community members. For more information contact Project 714, Box 8936, 
Chattanooga, Tennessee 37411. 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR FEBRUARY, 1987 



1986 Boys' State-At-Large 

Champion 

HENRY CLAY HIGH SCHOOL 




Front Row (Left to Right): Marcy Baker, Angie Rice, Regina Baker, Susie Bair. Middle Row: Cheryll 
Long, Karen Thompson, Monica Mullins. Back Row: Kathy Jackson, Kim Thompson, Sarah Baylor, 
Monica Williams, Dana Newsome, Monteal Weeks. 

1986 Girls' State-At-Large 

Champion 

HENRY CLAY HIGH SCHOOL 




Front Row (Left to Right): Kristi Taylor, Suzette Bello, Laura Combs. Middle Row: Lisa Collins, Shannon 
Amos, Kim Stallworth, Stephanie Vanhorn, Missy Vanover. Back Row: Callie Walton, Ashley Baesler. 



From The Commissioner's Office 



BI©?Ig®®QD@?i 



PROPOSITION 48 - NOW EXTENDS TO DIVISION II 

Incoming students to an NCAA member institution who wish to immediately 
participate in intercollegiate athletics at the Division I level, or at the 
Division II level, must have maintained a 2.0 grade point average in a core 
curriculum including at least three years English, two years math, two years 
social science, and two years of physical or natural science; as well as 
having attained a 700 combined score on the SAT verbal and math sections or a 
15 composite score on the ACT; and be a high school graduate. The by-law is 
now in the second year of a phase-in period, and eligibility may be attained 
for incoming athletes after August 1, 1987 and prior to August 1, 1988 by 
meeting one of three possible combinations -- 

G.P.A. and SAT Verbal & Math or ACT Composite 

2.1 and above 680 14 

2.000.2.999 700 15 

1.900-1.999 720 16 

The By-Law also allows for an exception which states, "An exception may be 
granted by the NCAA Eligibility Committee for a student who left high school 
after completion of his junior year or during his senior year to enter a 
member institution under an early admissions program open to students solely 
on the basis of outstanding academic performance and promise, and provided 
that for the last four semesters completed in high school, the student 
maintained an accumulative grade point average of 3.5 (based on a maximum of 
4.0) and ranked in the top 20 percent of the students class, and that the 
student met all of the requirements of a qualifier except for graduation from 
high school ." 

Please consult the nearest NCAA Division I or II institution, Department of 
Athletics, NCAA Interpreter, if you have any questions. In Kentucky- 
Bellarmine, Centre, Eastern Kentucky, Kentucky (University of), Kentucky 
State, Kentucky Wesleyan, Louisville, Morehead State, Murray State, Northern 
Kentucky, and Western Kentucky are member institutions. 

SCHEDULE FOR MEDICAL SYMPOSIUMS ANNOUNCED 

Coaches in the high risk sports of Soccer, Football, Basketball, Baseball and 
Wrestling are required by the State Department of Education to annually attend 
the Medical Symposium sanctioned by the Department and sponsored by the 
Kentucky Medical Association. The schedule for this year is as follows-- 

Louisville, June 5 and 6 
Ashland, June 12 and 13 
Madisonville, June 19 and 20 
Owensboro, July 18 (one day only) 
Lexington July 24 and 25 
Northern Kentucky, July 24 and 25 

The respective hospitals and sponsoring locations will be mailing information 
to the Principals of member schools within the next few weeks. Please plan 
now to attend. 



REMINDER TO FOOTBALL SCHOOLS AND OPEN DATES 

The first playing date for football in 1987 is August 21. The first legal 
date for practice is August 1. Keep this in mind in making out your 
schedules. Please remember to inform the office as to open dates. This is 
also important due to the fact that the new alignment plan for football is 
to be implemented effective with the 1987 season. With the new alignment, 
and the additional week in which to schedule games, it is important to list 
open dates as soon as possible. At this time, we have the following open 
dates -- 

Week 1 (August 21) - Bourbon County, contact Coach John Nochta 
(606)987-2556; Bullitt East, contact Coach Keith Collins 
(502)538-7322; Greenup County, contact Dan Mercer, A.D. (606)473-7705; 
Madisonville North Hopkins, contact Jan Ireland, A.D. (502)825-6017; 
Marion County, contact Coach Mark Brown (502)692-6066; Paris, 
contact Randy Reese (606)987-4545; Russell, contact Lafe Walter, A.D. 
(606)836-9650 

Week 2 (August 28) - Bardstown, contact Coach Garni s Martin 
(502)348-5913; Belfry, contact Coach Philip Heywood or Paul Dotson, 
A.D. (606)353-7230; Christian County, contact Wilton Gant, A.D. 
(502)887-1100; Conner, contact Coach Joe Clark (606)689-7696; 
Danville, contact Coach Tom Duffy (606)236-7957; Eminence, contact 
Coach Steve Frommeyer (502)845-5427; Newport, contact Coach Jim Weyer 
(606)292-3051; Russellville, contact Wayne Mullen, A.D. (502)726-8421; 
St. Xavier, contact Paul Young, A.D. (502)635-5300; Tates Creek, 
contact coach Joe Ruddell (606)273-1713; Trigg County, contact Buddy 
Perry, A.D. (502)522-6072 

Week 3 (September 4) - Boyd County, contact Ed VanHoose (606) 
928-6475; Bullitt East, contact Coach Keith Collins (502)538-7322; 
Clay County, contact Coach Eugene Hensley (606)598-3737; Fleming 
County, contact Coach Ted Purcell (606)845-6601; Oldham County, 
contact Bob Rowland, A.D. (502)222-9641; Russell County, contact Coach 
Ron Finley (502)866-3341 

Week 4 (September 11) - Boone County, contact Owen Hauck 
(606)283-2795. Boyd County, contact Ed VanHoose (606)928-6475; 
Franklin County, contact Coach Gary Dearborn (502)695-4155 after 11:45 
a.m.; Green County, contact Ivan Curnutte (502)932-7481; Russell, 
contact Lafe Walter, A.D. (606)836-9650 

Week 5 (September 18) - Cathedral High (Indianapolis), contact Coach 
Michael McGinley (317)542-1481; Christian County, contact Wilton Gant, 
A.D. (502)887-1100; Dayton, contact Stan Steidel (606)261-4357; 
Green County, contact Ivan Curnutte (502)932-7481; Mayfield, 
contact Bob Sparks, A.D. (502)247-5582 

Week 6 (September 25) - Bowling Green, contact Coach Dan Haley 
(502)842-1674; Clay County, contact Coach Eugene Hensley 
(606)598-8135; Dayton, contact Stan Steidel (606)261-4357; Garrard 
County, contact Coach Steve Sullivan (606)792-2146; Holmes, contact 
Coach William Hina (606)292-5845; Russell, contact Lafe Walter, A.D. 
(606)836-9650; Shelby County, contact Coach Tom Bechere (502)633-2443 

Week 7 (October 2) - Marion County, contact Coach Mark Brown 
(502)692-6066 



FOOTBALL OPEN DATES (continued) 

Week 8 (October 9) - Christian County, contact Wilton Gant, A.D. 
(502)887-1100; Cumberland, contact Coach Ron Cain (606)589-4625; 
Elkhorn City, contact Jerry Childers, A.D. (606)754-9098; Mayfield, 
contact Bob Sparks, A.D. (502)247-5582; Oldham County, contact Bob 
Rowland, A.D. (502)222-9641; Williamsburg, contact Coach Bob Rose 
(606)549-1915 

Week 9 (October 16) - Boone County, contact Owen Hauck 
(606)283-2795. Christian County, contact Wilton Gant, A.D. 
(502)887-1100; Cumberland, contact Coach Ron Cain (606)589-4625; 
Danville, contact Coach Tom Duffy (606)236-7957; North Bullitt, 
contact Bob Wagoner (502)957-2186 

Week 10 (October 23) - Boone County, contact Owen Hauck 
(606)283-2795; Bourbon County, contact Coach John Nochta (606)987-2556; 
Glen Oak in Canton, Ohio, contact Ralph Ciccarelli, Athletic 
Administrator (216)492-7455; Owen County, contact Gran Mefford 
(502)484-2715; Shelby County, contact Coach Tom Bechere (502)633-2443 

Week 11 (October 30) - Elizabethtown, contact Duke Owen, 
(502)769-3381; Holmes, contact Coach William Hina (606)292-5845; Marion 
County, contact Coach Mark Brown (502)692-6066; Middletown (OH), 
contact Jim Place (513)422-7432; Williamsburg, contact Coach Bob Rose 
(606)549-1915 

OHIO STATE TO HOLD TRAINERS WORKSHOP 

Ohio State will be sponsoring a student athletic training workshop this summer 
on campus. The workshop will be held June 21-26/ For further information, 
contact Ohio State University, ATTN: Student Athletic Trainer Workshop, 410 
Woody Hayes Drive, Columbus, OH, 43210, or call Bill Davis, Assistant Athletic 
Trainer, at (614)292-1164. 

INSURANCE UPDATE 

At a recent meeting of the National Federation Insurance committee, a 
determination was finalized relative to the participation of ineligible 
participants and the related insurance coverage. It was the ruling of the 
company and the committee, that any person participating in practice or play, 
in a sport sanctioned by the state association, who is not in violation of 
state regulations regarding limitation of seasons, etc. shall be covered by 
the catastrophic insurance and the liability coverage. It is important to note 
however, that if the school, coach or team is in any way in violation of the 
state association regulations, the coverage is void. 

EDITORIAL CONTRIBUTIONS SOLICITED FOR NATIONAL NEWSLETTER 

Stan Steidel, Athletic Director at Dayton High School has been named to the 
Editorial Board of the Athletic Director and Coach Newsletter . This national 
publication deals with current trends and problems in athletics ranging from 
legal issues to fund raising. If you have any idea which you would like to see 
written about, or have an article you wish to submit for publication, please 
contact Stan at Dayton High School, (606)491-6565. 



KUDOS TO PRESTONSBURG HIGH BASKETBALL TEAM 

Coach Jeff Riley of the Prestonsburg High School Boys Basketball Team informs 
the office that his 14 basketball players do more than just perform on the 
floor. For the first semester of the academic year, 10 of 14 varsity players 
made the honor roll, the varsity had a composite grade point average of 3.53, 
and all 14 are enrolled in a college prep program. This is a good example for 
all K.H.S.A.A teams to follow. 

APPROVED DATES FOR BOYS & GIRLS STATE BASKETBALL TOURNAMENTS 1987-1992 



1987 - 


Girls 


- March 


18 - 


21 




Boys 


- March 


25 - 


28 


1988 - 


Boys 


- March 


16 - 


19 




Girls 


- March 


23 - 


26 


1989 - 


Boys 


- March 


15 - 


18 




Girls 


- March 


22 - 


25 


1990 - 


Girls 


- March 


14 - 


17 




Boys 


- March 


21 - 


24 


1991 - 


Boys 


- March 


13 - 


16 




Girls 


- March 


20 - 


23 


1992 - 


Boys 


- March 


18 - 


21 




Girls 


- March 


25 - 


28 



Bowling Green, Kentucky 

Rupp Arena, Lexington, Kentucky 

Freedom Hall, Louisville, Kentucky 

Convention Center, Frankfort, Kentucky 

Rupp Arena, Lexington, Kentucky 

Convention Center, Frankfort, Kentucky 

Site to be Determined 

Site to be Determined 

Site to be Determined 

Site to be Determined 

Site to be Determined 

Site to be Determined 



A.C.T. TEST DATES FOR 1986-87 



With the implementation of NCAA Proposition 48, it is important to keep up with 
the test dates for the American College Testing Assessment (ACT test). As 
mentioned above in this issue, it is also important to note that the NCAA 
Convention in January passed legislation extending proposition 48 to the 
Division II level. For the remainder of 1986-87 school year the schedule is as 
follows: 



Test Date 

04/11/87 

06/13/87 



Regular Postmark Deadline 

03/13/87 

05/15/87 



Late Deadl ine 

03/31/87 

06/02/87 



BASKETBALL COACHES TO CONTINUE RATINGS 

The Rating Summary Deadline for the 1986-87 season has passed, but basketball 
coaches should continue rating officials for the remainder of the season. More 
details to follow in future issues of The Athlete . 

IMPORTANT DATES FOR 1986-87 

The following are important dates for member schools participating in spring 
sports. 



Sport 


First 


First 


Number 


State 






Practice 


Contests 


Finals 


Track 


Dec. 1 


Apr. 1 


4-15 


May 30 


Softball 


Feb. 15 


Apr. 1 


35 


May 30 


Golf 


Feb. 15 


Apr. 1 


20 


June 2/3 


Tennis 


Feb. 15 


Apr. 1 


4-20 


June 4/5/6 


Baseball 


Feb. 15 


Apr. 1 


35 


June 5 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR FEBRUARY, 1987 



PAGE SEVEN 



1986 BOYS' "SWEET SIXTEEN" 

CHAMPIONS 

PLEASURE RIDGE PARK 

HIGH SCHOOL 



1986 GIRLS' "SWEET SIXTEEN" 

CHAMPIONS 

ASHLAND PAUL BLAZER 

HIGH SCHOOL 




Front Row (Left to Right): Jennifer Rowzee, Shawn 
Vincent, Sherri Toohey. Second Row: Rhonda Peebles, 
Christy Craven, Kelli Peck, Kim Whitley, Tracey Gilmore. 
Top: Michelle Willhite, Joley Malone. 

KAPOS NEWS 

STATE TOURNAMENT 

INFORMATION 



Participating cheerleader and sponsor regis- 
tration: all cheerleading squads and/or sponsors 
are asked to stop by the KAPOS table to: 

1. Register your squad. 

2. Pick up important information and materials for 
you and your school. 

Along with a KAPOS board member, there will be 
high school cheerleaders on hand to assist you. 
They can be identified by their hostess armbands. 
Feel free to ask them for help, and in turn they may 
seek you and your cheerleaders to be interviewed 
by one of the radio commentators. In order to make 
their task easier, we are asking that you register 
your seat, row and section number. A possible radio 
interview is often missed because the guides could 
not locate the desired person in time for the 
interview. 

Hospitality Room: May we remind all sponsors 
and cheerleaders that KAPOS hosts a Hospitality 
Room for participating cheerleaders. We cordially 
invite you to have refreshments, socialize with 
friends, exchange ideas, and perhaps get help with 
your problems. 

"Sweet 16" Cheerleading Squads: Attention 
Principals! If your team will be participating in the 
State Tournament, included in the packet sent to 
you by the KHSAA will be a letter pertaining to your 
cheerleading squad. Be sure to look for this and 
relay all information to your cheerleader sponsor. 
We request that your cheerleaders be chaperoned 
by a well qualified, school approved adult. 
Verification of this, along with your sponsor's name, 
must be contained in the letter of confirmation 
which you will receive. This letter must be in the 
hands of the KAPOS officer prior to the time that 
your cheerleaders take the floor. 



Front Row Sitting (Left to Right): Michelle Luquer, 
Elaine Akers, Angie Hicks, Dusti Lovins, Taylor Woolery. 
Back Row: Kari Baer, Mary Lowe, Michelle Leader. 

Important! Please be sure that your school is a 
paid member of KAPOS or pays the fee before their 
first game in order for your squad to com pete for the 
cheerleading awards in the State Tournament. The 
winners of these awards will be determined by use 
of the KAPOS Judging Sheet, a copy of which 
appears in the KAPOS Handbook. 

AWARDING OF TROPHIES 

KAPOS is pleased to honor outstanding cheer- 
leading squads with the recognition they so well 
deserve. All cheerleader awards will be presented 
between games on Friday night of the State 
Tournament. The awards are as follows: 

The winning cheerleader squad in the Boys' 
Sweet Sixteen will receive the Ted Sanford Trophy; 
in the Girls' Sweet Sixteen the Tom Mills Award. The 
runner-up cheerleading squad will receive a trophy, 
with the thrid and fourth place squads being 
awarded plaques. In addition, the special K-Pep 
Award will be presented. All tournament cheer- 
leading squads and their sponsors are asked to be 
located close to the playing floor so they can easily 
come on the floor should they be called for an 
award. 

GOVERNOR COLLINS DECLARES 
GOOD SPORTSMANSHIP MONTH 

While every month should be Good Sportsman- 
ship Month, KAPOS has always tried to put special 
emphasis on being a good sport at tournament time. 
Being a good sport is part of being a good citizen. 
We don't believe that good citizens need to be 
reminded to exemplify good sportsmanship. 
However, it is especially fitting at tournament time 
to remind all citizens that it is a privilege to be able to 
attend the games and that each individual can 
contribute to the success of the tournament if he will 
abide by the KAPOS Sportsmanship Creed 
proclaimed by Governor Collins. The Governor's 
proclamation is on display at the KAPOS table. 



PAGE EIGHT 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR FEBRUARY, 1987 



STATE-AT-LARGE CHAMPIONS 

Recognition is annually given to cheerleading 
squads other than those sixteen fortunate enough 
to participate with their teams in the State 
Tournament. The winner will receive the Jane 
Meyer trophy, while the runner-up will receive the 
President's Trophy. Plaques will be given to the 
third and fourth place squads. 

Beginning at the district level, all squads that are 
KAPOS members are eligible to be judged for the 
honor of representing their district in the KAPOS 
Region-At-Large cheerleading competition. The 
winner and runner-up of each district will progress 
to the region. In turn the girls' varsity winnerand the 
boys' winner and runner-up from each region is 
allowed to compete for the title of State-At-Large 
Cheerleading Champions. 



NOTE TO ALL ADMINISTRATORS 

Many of you have responded to our SOS in 
releasing teaching personnel to assist with the 
many tasks necessary to keep this organization 
functioning effectively. 

Again, we need judges and personnel to help at 
the tournament. This involves at least 12 to 15 
people. It is also backbreaking, tiresome work. 
However, we have many dedicated persons who 
have indicated a willingness to help share these 
duties provided they get a release from their 
administrators. Therefore, the KAPOS board is 
seeking your understanding and cooperation 
should you be asked to release a teacherfrom hisor 
her duties to help carry on the work that KAPOS is 
doing to make cheerleading a worthwhile 
educational experience in the State of Kentucky. 



Judging for the Girls' State-At-Large winners will 
take place at 8:30 A.M., on Saturday, March 21, in 
the Warren Central High School Gymnasium, 559 
Morgantown Road, Bowling Green. Judging for the 
Boys' State-At-Large winners will take place at 8:30 
A.M., on Saturday, March 28, at Memorial Coliseum, 
Lexington. The public is invited to these 
outstanding events. The admission charge of $3.00 
will go toward the expenses of KAPOS scholarship 
award, details of which are supplied below. 

At the conclusion of the judging, trophies will be 
awarded to the top squads, in addition to several 
special awards. 



STELLA S. GILB SCHOLARSHIP 

KAPOS is happy to annually award the Stella S. 
Gilb Scholarship to outstanding cheerleaders from 
Kentucky. In 1986, KAPOS awarded five $1,000 
scholarships to well-deserving cheerleaders. One of 
your cheerleaders may be a potential scholarship 
winner, so get your applications in early. 
Applications must be turned in no later than April 
30. Contact a KAPOS board member or officer for 
application forms, or pick them up at the State 
Tournament KAPOS Table. 



Sportsmanship — Whose responsibility? 




THE RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE CHEERLEADERS 

Since the cheerleaders are the chosen representatives of the 
student body they have an unusual opportunity and a significant 
responsibility for promoting good sportsmanship. Cheerleaders 
should be chosen who are respected by fellow students. The most 
aggressive and vocal individual does not necessarily make the best 
cheerleader. By setting a good example the cheerleaders can 
influence and help control the reactions of student spectators 

Cheerleaders should: 
1 Establish standards of desirable behavior for the cheerleaders 

and pep ciub. 
2. Select positive cheers which praise their own team without anta- 
gonizing their opponents 
3 Use discretion in selecting when to cheer Give the opposing 
team equal opportunity to execute their cheers. 

4. Give encouragement to injured players and recognition to out- 
standing performances for either team. 

5. Serve as hosts to the visiting cheerleaders. Meet them upon ar- 
rival and if time permits introduce them to friends and show them 
the school. Visit at half-time. 

6. Hold a series of well-planned pep meetings in which students are 
reminded that the reputation of the school depends largely upon 
the behavior of its students at athletic contests. It should be 
emphasized that no derogatory remarks, or booing should be 
made at any time. 

7. For desired spectator response, cheers should be executed with 
precision and ease. 

8. Develop a large repertoire of desirable and timely cheers which 
may be called upon at appropriate moments. 

9. Always maintain enthusiasm and composure especially in trying 
circumstances, remembering your responsibilities for leader- 
ship. 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR FEBRUARY, 1987 



PAGE NINE 



1987 DISTRICT TOURNAMENT SITES 



Boys 

1 . Carlisle County 

2 Reidland 

3. Graves County 

4 Calloway County 

5. Crittenden County 

6. Union County 

7. Madisonville-N. Hop. 

8. Christian County 

9. Owensboro 

10. Muhlenberg Central 

11. Breckinridge County 

12. McLean County 

13. Logan County 

14. Bowling Green 

15. Glasgow 

16. Cumberland County 

17. North Hardin 

18. LaRue County 

19. Nelson County 

20. Marion County 

21. Southwest Christian 

22. Pleasure Ridge Park 

23. Valley 

24. DeSales 

25. duPont Manual 

26. Atherton 

27. Moore 

28. Waggener 

29 Bullitt Central 

30. Shelby County 

31. Carroll County 

32. Grant County 



33. Conner 

34. Beechwood 

35. Bellevue 

36. Scott 

37. Harrison County 

38. Bracken County 

39. Mason County 

40. Montgomery County 

41. Woodford County 
42 Lexington Catholic 

43. Bryan Station 

44. Model 

45. Kentucky School f/t Deaf 

46. Harrodsburg 
47 Wayne County 

48. Casey County 

49. Rockcastle County 

50. Corbm 

51. Red Bird 

52 Cumberland 

53. Fleming-Neon 

54. Dilce Combs 

55. Cordia 

56. Powell County 

57. Paintsville 

58. Prestonsburg 

59. Virgie 

60. Johns Creek 

61. Rowan County 

62. Elliott County 

63. Russell 

64 Paul Blazer 



Girls 

1. Carlisle County 

2. Reidland 

3. Graves County 

4. Calloway County 

5. Crittenden County 

6. Union County 

7 Madisonville-N Hop. 

8. Christian County 

9. Owensboro 

10. Muhlenberg Central 

11. Breckinridge County 

12. McLean County 

13. Logan County 

14. Warren East 

15. Glasgow 

16 Cumberland County 

17. Meade County 

18. LaRue County 

19. Nelson County 

20. Marion County 

21. Shawnee 

22. Pleasure Ridge Park 

23. Valley 

24. Holy Rosary 

25. duPont Manual 

26. Atherton 

27. Moore 

28. Waggener 

29. Bullitt Central 

30. Shelby County 

31. Carroll County 

32. Scott County 



33. Conner 

34. Beechwood 
35 Bellevue 
36. Scott 

37 Bourbon County 

38. Augusta 

39. Mason County 

40. Montgomery County 
41 Woodford County 
42. Lexington Catholic 
43 Bryan Station 

44. Model 

45. Ky. School f/t Deaf 

46. Harrodsburg 
47 Wayne County 

48. Casey County 

49. Rockcastle County 

50. Corbm 

51. Red Bird 

52 Cumberland 

53 Jenkins 

54. Dilce Combs 

55 Cordia 

56. Powell County 

57. Paintsville 

58 Prestonsburg 

59 Virgie 

60 Johns Creek 

61. Rowan County 

62. Elliott County 

63. Fairview 

64. Paul Blazer 




1987 



REGIONAL 



TOURNAMENT SITES 



Boys 

Murray State U. 
Madisonville-N. Hop. 
Owensboro Sports Center 
Western Kentucky U. 
Nelson County 



1. 
2. 
3. 
4. 
5. 

6. Iroquois 

7. Ballard 

8. Henry County 

9. Conner 

10. Mason County 

11. Frankfort Sports Center 

12. Pulaski County 

13. Bell County 

14. Hazard 

15. Virgie 

16. Morehead State U. 



Girls 

1. Murray State U. 

2. Lyon County 

3. Hancock County 

4. Barren County 

5. Meade County 

6. Iroquois 

7. Ballard 

8. Shelby County 

9. Dayton 

10. Bourbon County 

11. Frankfort High School 

12. Wayne County 

13. Bell County 

14. Breathitt County 

15. Phelps 

16. Morehead State U. 



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ATTENTION 
Track Coaches 




TRACK ALIGNMENT 

CLASS A 

(0 - 400) 

REGION 1 REGION 2 

Ballard Memorial Caverna 
Carlisle County Crittenden County 

Fulton City Hancock County 

Fulton County Lyon County 

Murray Providence 

St. Mary Russellville 

West Hopkins 



REGION 7 

Allen Central 

Cordia 

Dilce Combs 

Elkhorn City 

Evarts 

Fleming-Neon 

Harlan 

Hazard 

Jenkins 

Pikeville 

Virgie 



REGION 1 

Calloway County 
Caldwell County 
Fort Campbell 
Heath 
Lone Oak 
McLean County 
Mayfield 
Reidland 
South Hopkins 
Trigg County 
Webster County 

REGION 4 

Anderson County 
Bourbon County 
Lexington Cath. 
Mercer County 
Western Hills 



REGION 3 

Bellevue 
Bishop Brossart 
Carroll County 
Covington Latin 
Dayton 
Ludlow 
Owen County 
St Henry 
Walton-Verona 



REGION 4 

Central Ky Christian 

Frankfort 

Harrodsburg 

Ky. School/Deaf 

Millerburg Mil Inst. 

Pans 



REGION 5 REGION 6 

Bardstown Berea 

Bethlehem Garrard County 

Campbellsville Madison 

Christian Academy Model 

Kentucky Coun. Day Oneida Baptist 

Portland Christian St. Camillus 

Spencer County Williamsburg 



REGION 8 

Bath County 
Fairview 
Menifee County 
Nicholas County 
Pamtsville 



CLASS AA 
(401 - 700) 

REGION 2 

Allen County 
Barren County 
Butler County 
Edmonson County 
Franklin-Simpson 
Glasgow 
Hart County 
Logan County 
Monroe County 
Todd County 
Warren East 



REGION 5 REGION 6 

Adair County Boyle County 

Breckinridge County Casey County 



REGION 3 

Grant County 

Harrison County 

Henry County 

Highlands 

Lloyd Memorial 

Newport 

New. Cen. Cath. 



Bullitt East 
East Hardin 
Elizabethtown 
Fort Knox 
Green County 
LaRue County 
Taylor County 
Washington County 
West Hardin 



Corbin 

Danville 
Estill County 
Jackson County 
McCreary Central 
Russell County 
Somerset 



REGION 7 

East Carter 
Fleming County 
Lawrence County 
Lewis County 
Magoffin County 
Mason County 
Rowan County 
Russell 
West Carter 



REGION 8 

Breathitt County 
Knott Co. Central 
Middlesboro 
Whitesburg 



CLASS AAA 
(700 - up) 
REGION 2 

Bullitt Central 
Grayson County 
Marion County 
Meade County 
Nelson County 
North Bullitt 
North Hardin 
Oldham County 
Shelby County 



REGION 1 

Apollo 

Bowling Green 
Christian County 
Daviess County 
Graves County 
Henderson County 
Hopkinsville 
Mad.-N. Hop 
Marshall County 
Ohio County 
Owensboro 
Owensboro Catholic 
Paducah Tilghman 
Warren Central 

REGION 4 REGION 5 

Belfry Assumption 

Boyd County Atherton 

Greenup County Butler 

Johnson Central Central 

Montgomery County Doss 
Paul Blazer duPont Manu 

Holy Cross 
Iroquois 
Male 
Mercy 

Pleasure Ride 
Shawnee 
St. Xavier 
Valley 
Western 

REGION 7 REGION 8 

Bryan Station Bell County 

Franklin County Cawood 

George Rogers Clark Clay County 



REGION 3 

Boone County 

Campbell County ' 

Conner 

Covington Catholic 

Dixie Heights 

Holmes 

Notre Dame 

Scott 

Simon Kenton 



REGION 6 

Ballard 
DeSales 
Eastern 
Fairdale 
Fern Creek 
Holy Rosary 
Jeffersontown 
Moore 
Presentation 
Sacred Heart 
Park Seneca 
Southern 
Trinity 
Waggener 
Walden 



Henry Clay 
Jessamine County 
Lafayette 
Madison Central 
Scott County 
Tates Creek 
Woodford County 



Knox Central 
Laurel County 
Lincoln County 
Pulaski County 
Wayne County 
Whitley County 



O 



TRACK CLINICS 



The dates for the Kentucky High School Athletic 
Association Track & Field Rules Clinics forcoaches 
and officials are as follows: 

Feb. 26 St. Xavier High School 

Louisville, 7:00 p.m. 
March 30 Tates Creek High School 

Lexington, 7:00 p.m. 
March 31 Daviess Co. High School 

Owensboro, 7:00 p.m. 



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1987 NATIONAL FEDERATION BASEBALL 

RULE INTERPRETATIONS 

PART I 




PUBLICATION CORRECTIONS 

Rule Book 

Inside Front Cover - 1-4-3 — In first line delete "fair." 

Page 12 - 1-4-3 — In third line reference should be (8-3-3-b, c) 

Page 14 - 2-5-3 — In last line, exception should be (3-3-1-g). 

Page 62 - Points ol Emphasis — (The Act of Malicious Contact) In next to last 

line change "Art" to "Act." 

Case Book 

Page 5 - 7. Play — At the end of the second line, delete "stretch" and replace 

with "wind-up ." 

Page 10- 1.3.5b Play — Revise ruling to read "illegal in (a). Legal in (b). Bats 

are required to have an 18" encircling mark Bats without an encircling mark 

can be made legal by having an encircling mark placed at the appropriate 

location by using a permanent type marking substance 

Page 27 - 6.1 1h Play — Delete. 

Page 28 - 6.1.2b Comment — Delete. 

Page 49 - 8.3 4f Play — In fourth line delete "delayed " At the beginning of 

the ruling insert "Balk " 

SITUATION #1: As Ihe first batler enters the batters box, the catcher notices a 

red dot on the barrel end of the bat. and asks the umpire if that is legal 

RULING: The coach of Ihe learn explains to the umpire that he wants to be able 

to easily recognize his team's bats. This is legal. (1-3-5) 

SITUATION #2: If a batted ball is fielded and thrown to a fielder who is wearing 

an illegal glove, is that player subject to being penalized? 

RULING: Yes. Anytime there are runners on base or the batter is not put out 

and a fielder, while wearing an illegal glove, catches at throw, the penalty is a 

two base award. (8-3-3-c) 

SITUATION #3: With one out and R1 on third and R2on first, B4 flies out to F8. 

R2 nearly reaches second base before realizing the ball .had been caught 

Upon reaching to first base. B4 sees thai R2 is going to be put out. so he runs 

into F3, causing him to drop the throw Prior to the contact, R1 legally scored 

RULING: R2 is called out because of B4's interference If the contact was 

malicious, B4 shall be ejected Because R1 scored before the interference his 

run counts. (8-4-2-b) 

SITUATION #4: With R1 on third base. F1 intentionally contacts the pitchers 

plate and assumes the wind-up position After taking his sign, F1 looks toward 

R1, who has a substantial lead F1 (a) while in contact with the pitcher's plate, 

steps and throws toward third in an effort to pick off R1, or (b) steps backward 

off the pitcher's plate with his pivot foot and without stepping toward third 

base, snaps a throw to F5 who tags R1 out 

RULING: (a) F1 has committed a balk. In (b) as soon as F1's pivot foot clearly 

touched the ground behind the pitcher's plate, he assumed the status of an 

mfielder with the right to throw to any base (6-1-1, 2) 

SITUATION #5: With runners on first and second. B3 hits a single to right field. 

In anticipation of a play at the plate. F2 picks up B3's bat and flings it toward his 

dugout nearly hitting a player coming out of the dugout to assume a position 

on the on-deck circle 

. the umpire shall issue a team warning to 
which shall result in the next offender on 

irning can be issued to either the team at bat 
on who carelessly throws a bat. (3-3-1-a) 

nd base and a count of two balls and one 



RULING: At the end of playing actio 
the head coach of that player's tean 
that team being ejected A team war 
or the defensive team, depending c 
SITUATION #6: With R1 
strike on B2. F1 s next pitch is called a strike B2 is noticeably frustrated by the 
call and delays returning to the batters box after being informed by the umpire 
that he has 20 seconds to take his position Twenty seconds elapses and the 
umpire calls a strike on B2 and R1 attempts to advance to third base 
RULING: Since the strike the umpire called on B2 for not being in the batter's 
box within 20 seconds was the third strike, the umpire must kill the ball Since 
R1 did not reach third base before the ball became dead. R1 must return to 
second base. The strike that was called on B2 was the third strike, 
consequently, B2 is declared out If there had not been two strikes on B2 when 
20 seconds elapsed, the ball would have remained alive (7-3-1) 
SITUATION #7: With R1 at third and R2 at second, the catcher obstructs B3s 
swing. F2 whips a throw down to second base in time to tag out R2 On the 
Ihrow. R1 steals home 

RULING: The coach of the team has the option of the play or penalty, as a 
result of catcher's obstruction He could ignore the obstruction, in which case 
R1's run would count. However. R2's out would stand and B3 would remain at 
bat Or. he could accept the penalty Presuming that R1 and R2 were not 
stealing, they would return to the bases occupied at the time of the pitch. B3 
would be awarded first base (8-1-1-e) 



SITUATION #8: The pitcher takes a signal while standing within eight feet of 

the pitcher's plate but not on the plate He then assumes a legal pitching 

position for one second and pitches the ball. 

RULING: Illegal pitch The pitcher must take the signal while legally in contact 

with the pitcher's plate. (6-1-1) 

SITUATION #9: B1 steps into the box with a bat that has no encircling mark 18" 

from the handle end 

RULING: B1 is declared out for using an illegal bat (1-3-5. 7-4-a) 

SITUATION #10: The pitcher assumes a legal wind-up position He then steps 

backward off the pitching plate with his pivot foot and flips the ball to F5 in an 

attempt to retire R1. 

RULING: Legal The pitcher becomes an infielder when he steps off the 

pitching plate with his pivot foot, however, the step must be clearly done and 

no other motion, such as the throwing motion, can start-until the pivot fool is 

on the ground (6-1-1) 

SITUATION #11: During the game, the umpire notices a player in the dugout 

wearing a watch Has the player violated the jewelry rule 9 

RULING: No. The rule only applies to players in the game (3-3-1-m) 

SITUATION #12: Does a catcher have to wear a head protector with the 

NOCSAE stamp? 

RULING: Catcher's head protectors do not carry the NOCSAE stamp, because 

there is no NOCSAE standard The NOCSAE stamp is required on batting 

helmets (1-1-5) 

SITUATION #13: The umpire-in-chief decides that the on-deck circles are (a) 

too close to home, or (b) too far in front of home plate Can the on-deck circles 

be changed? 

RULING: The umpire-in-chief has the authority to relocate the on-deck circles 

a safe distance to the side and away from home plate. (10-2-3-a) 

SITUATION #14: B1 assumes his natural batting stance. The pitch is slightly 

above the belt and over home plate The pitch is called a ball. 

RULING: The strike zone is between the batter's armpits and the top of the 

knees when he assumes the naturl batting stance A pitch above the belt can be 

a strike if it is over the plate, but not above the batter's armpits (2-17) 

SITUATION #15: While F1 is taking his warm-up throws before the start of the 

bottom of the first inning, he discovers that the pitching distance is incorrect 

RULING: The umpire-in-chief shall have the pitcher's plate moved to the 

correct distance before play resumes. (10-2-2) 

SITUATION #16: Alter a game, the coach of the visting team tells the umpire 

that his call was in error, because he misapplied the rule. The next day. that 

coach, the umpire, and the father of the player involved in the play call the 

National Federation for a ruling 

RULING: Requests for baseball interpretations or explanations should be 

directed to the state high school association responsible for administering and 

conducting the high school baseball programs in that state. The National 

Federation will assist in answering questions from state associations who call 

upon them (Rule Book — Inside Front Cover) 

SITUATION #17: Smith is the DH for Jones. In the third inning (a) Smith goes 

in for Jones on defense, or (b) Jones bats for Smith, or (c) Smith is ejected and 

is replaced by Lee as the new DH 

RULING: Legal in (a), (b). and (c). There are only two ways a team can lose its 

designated hitter (1 ) If the DH assumes a defensive position, or (2) if the player 

for whom the DH is batting pinch hits or.pinch runs for the DH. If the DH is 

ejected, another player may become the new DH (3-1-4) 

SITUATION #18: R1 is on second base when B2 hits a fly ball thatcomes down 

directly at the bag Must the runner vacate the base in order to give a fielder a 

chance to make a play 9 

RULING: No, However, the runner must make every effort to give the fielder 

room to make the catch (8-4-2-b) 

SITUATION #19: With R1 on first base, left handed batter, B2, squares around 

to bunt. F5 charges toward the plate The pitch is way outside B2 tosses his bat 

at the ball man effort to protect R1, who is attempting to advance to second. 

The bat nearly hits F5 

RULING: This is considered a carelessly thrown bat. and 3-3-1-a would apply 

SITUATION #20: As F1 winds up. R1 attempts to steal home and is hit by the 

pitch 

RULING: The ball becomes dead immediately. The pitch is called a ball or 

strike. If it is ruled a third strike, the batter is out If the batter is the third out, the 

run does not score. Otherwise, the run scores and all other runners advance 

one base (6-2-4 Play 2) 

SITUATION #21: Belween innings the coach visits with his pitcher while the 

pitcher takes his warm-up throws. Is this conference to be charged? 

RULING: No. provided the pitcher is ready to pitch within the time allotted 

according to 6-2-2-c 



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© 



1987 NATIONAL FEDERATION SOFTBALL 

RULE INTERPRETATIONS 

PART I 



PUBLICATION CORRECTIONS 

Rule Book 

Page 16 - At top ot page, delete "It is obstruction " 
Page 17 - 2-7-2 — In definition of extra inning change references to (4-2-1 ) 
Page 17 - 2-7-3 — In second line, change reference to (4-4-2) 
Page 28 - In 4th line, change reference to (4-4-1-f) 

Page 52 - 8-4-2-c — At top of page, delete first three li nes and Note Replace 
with: touches first base and then overslides or overruns it, the batter-runner 
may immediately return to first base without liability or being tagged out, 
provided there was no attempt to run to second Also, if any base comes 
loose from its fastening when any runner contacts it, such runner cannot be 
tagged out because the base slides away from the runner, or NOTE: Ball is 
not securely held if it is dropped or juggled after the runner is touched, 
unless the runner deliberately knocks the ball from the fielder's hand 



SITUATION #1: (FP) With R1 on second, the pitcher deln 

that hits the batter 

RULING: Advance the runner to third base and the batter l 



an illegal pitch 



tbase (8- 



SITUATION #2: (FP) With a count of three balls, two strikes, the pitcher 

delivers a pitch for strike three that the catcher drops The ball rebounds off the 

catcher into fair territory and is then kicked unintentionally by the batter- 

baserunner on her way to first 

RULING: There is no interference (2-5-3) 

SITUATION #3: (FP) The batter is hit by the pitch, sustains an injury, and 

cannot get to first base unassisted 

RULING: After all action has ceased, the umpire shall call time and allow the 

batter-runner to be replaced (3-1-1) 

SITUATION #4: R1 , who is on third base advances and touches home plate on 

an attempted squeeze bunt The ball is popped in the air and the pitcher 

attempts to field the ball, R1, who thinks the ball is going to be caught attempts 

to return to third base The pitcher drops the ball and R1 gets caught in a 

rundown and is eventually tagged out 

RULING: R1's run counts because R1 had legally scored Had the ball been 

caught, R1 would have been required to return to third with liability of being 

put out (8-2-1) 

SITUATION #5: During the top of the third inning. F1 who is the starting 

pitcher is removed and replaced by F3 who pitches to the next batter In (a) F3 

is removed and replaced by F5, or (b) F3 is removed and replaced by.F1 , or (c) 

after pitching, F3 is replaced by F1 , who is replaced by F5, who is then replaced 

by F1 

RULING: Legal in (a) and (b) Illegal in (c) because F1 cannot leave the 

pitching position and return as pitcher more than once per inning. (3-1-2) 

SITUATION #6: With the bases loaded and no outs. B4 hits a ground ball to F6 

who bobbles the ball (a) the ball remains in front of F6 and R1 collides with her 

(b) or behind her, which causes her to collide with R1 or (c) to the side and F6 is 

brushed by R1 who. in all three instances, is running to third base 

RULING: In (a) it is interference by R1 In (b) it is obstruction by B4 In (c) 

inadvertent contact in which the umpire shall ignore the contact 

COMMENT: In (a) the runner is held responsible for avoiding a fielder who 

bobbles the ball in front of her and continues her attempt to gain control of the 

ball 

SITUATION #7: B1 is awarded a base on balls. While F1 has the ball inside the 

16-foot circle, B1 does not stop at first base and rounds and then stops a 

couple strides off the base B1 (a) immediately starts toward second base; (b) 

after a pause goes back to first base; or (c) takes a step toward second base 

and then returns to first base 

RULING: I n(b) and (c)B1 is called out There is no violation in (a) as long as B1 

does not change direction (8-4-2-e Note) 

SITUATION #8: R1 . who is on second, rounds third on B1's hit. The ball is 

returned to the pitcher within the 16-foot circle while R1 is moving toward 

home plate R1 stops and then immediately (a) continues to home plate, (b) 

returns toward third base; or (c) takes a step toward home plate and then 

reverses direction toward third base 

RULING: In (c) R1 is out In (a) and (b) there is no violation. (8-4-2-e Note) 

SITUATION #9: As F1 begins her delivery, the ball slips from her hand Is a ball 

called on the batter or must the ball cross either foul line'' 

RULING: If the ball slips from the pitcher's hand during the back swing, it shall 

be no pitch If the ball slips from her hand on the forward motion, a ball iscalle 

don the batter. The ball remains alive in eithercase. (6-2-5) 

SITUATION #10: B1 hits a slow roller to F6, F6 holds her throw and returns the 
ball toF1 who is in the pitcher's circle, as 81 touches first and advances down 
the line. Without stopping B1 turns around and heads toward first base, but 
then suddenly races to second base, 

RULING: B1 is out B1 must either move directly to second base or first base, 
but she cannot move to one and then the other (8-4-2-e) 



SITUATION #1 1: B1 reaches first on F5's error B1 . in running to first, touches 
the base and continues running down the line F5 returns the ball to F1 , who is 
in the 8' circle. B1 .without stopping, turns around, touches first and continues 
to second. B1 never stopped Is her advance legal 7 

RULING: No She could advance directly to the next base or return to first, but 
she cannot return to first and then go to second, even if she does not stop (8-4- 
2-e Note) 

SITUATION #12: R1 rounds second and is obstructed by F6 who does not have 
the ball. R1 continues to third where she maliciously runs over F5 who is 
waiting to make the tag Is she awarded third base because the obstruction at 
second occurred prior to the malicious contact 7 

RULING: R1 lost her chance at being awarded a base as soon as she initiated 
malicious contact with F5 R1 is out and ejected, (3-3-1-e. 8-4-2-m) 
SITUATION #1 3: B1 hits a single to left field. Upon advancing to first base, the 
batter fails to control the bat. almost striking the catcher and umpire. 
RULING: If, in the umpire's judgment, someone's safety was jeopardized by 
the bat, the umpire shall warn the coach of the player who carlessly threw the 
bat that if the act is repeated by another of that team's players, the violator shall 
be ejected The play stands. (3-4-3) 

SITUATION #14: On a ground ball hit to F6. she bobbles the ball and as she 
attempts to secure the ball, she and R1 (a) collide, or (b) slightly brush each 

RULING: The umpire shall rule inadvertent contact and make his call (8-4-2-b 
& Note) 

SITUATION #15: During the pre-game conference, the coach of the home 
team provides the umpire with two balls, one is brand new but the other had 
been slightly used 

RULING: The home team is required to provide enough new bal Is to permit the 
game to proceed without unnecessary delay If the home team fails to meet the 
rule requirement by providing new balls, then the visiting team may offer new 
balls. However, if new bails are not provided, the game shall be played, and the 
home team's infraction reported to the state association (1-3-4) 
SITUATION #16: F1 takes a pitching position with both feet partially on the top 
surface of the pitcher's plate be fore taking her signal She then moves her non- 
pivot foot behind the pitcher's plate and takes her signal Is this legal 9 
RULING: No Once the pitcher takes a pitching position on the pitcher's plate, 
she must begin her delivery from that position. When starting the delivery the 
only direction the non-pivot foot can go is forward (6-1-1) 
COMMENT: The pitcher can be removed from the pitching position by 
stepping backwards off the pitcher's plate before separating her hands, (6-2-6 
Note) 

SITUATION #17: On a hit that goes to the fence, the batter tries for a triple. 
However. F5 receives F7's throw and holds her glove in front of the base, 
anticipating the batter sliding The~batter, upon reaching third base, does not 
slide, but instead, sidesteps the tag. totally surprising F5 F5'scoach contends 
that because the batter did not slide she could be declared out. 
RULING: A runner does not have to slide. As long as the runner attempts to get 
around a fielder who has the ball and is waiting to make the tag. the runner 
would not be out (8-4-2-n) 

SITUATION #18: B1 receives ball four and after touching first base continues 
on down the first baseline F2 throws to F3 who tags B1 
RULING: B1 may continue on down the first baseline after touching first base 
and immediately return without liability ot being put out, if no attempt is made 
to advance to second. (8-2-4-e Note 2) 

SITUATION #19: With two balls and no strikes on the batter, the batter allows 
the next pitch to hit her 

RULING: The pitch is either a ball or strike, and the batter remains at bat, 
unless the pitch was a third strike. The ball is dead (7-3-4. 5-1-1-a, 8-1-1-d) 
SITUATION #20: Both softballs do not get put into play in the top of the first 
inning Does the pitcher of the visiting team get a choice of balls when she 
takes the field? 

RULING: No She would get her choice only if both balls did get put into play 
(4-1-4) 

SITUATION #21: B1 appears at bat wearing a helmet that does not bear an 
exterior warning label, and is detected by the umpire, 
RULING: The umpire will require the batter to secure a legal helmet (1-1-6) 
SITUATION #22: Prior to the game, F2's coach asks the umpire if the NOCSAE 
stamp or an exterior warning label is required on a catcher's head protector 
RULING: There is no NOCSAE standard for catcher's helmet, therefore 
catcher's head protectors do not have the NOCSAE stamp A warning label is 
only required on batting helmets, 1-1-6, 7 




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CHEMICAL HEALTH 

TARGET 

Valvoline Takes Stand Against Drug Use 

The Valvoline Amateur Sports Advisory Board announced a positive stand recently against illegal drug usage in amateur 
athletics The Board, consisting of Olympic athletes and amateur sport coaches, issued an eight-point statement at a press 
conference in San Diego, California, with hopes of helping "Keep the Dream Alive" for young athletes 

Chaired by Olympic swimming gold medalist John Naber and sponsored by the Valvoline Company, the Board's 
collective opinion is that "Drugs Kill Dreams" and that everyone must help eliminate illegal drug use in not only the amateur 
athletic community, but nationwide at all levels as well. 

Following is a portion of the statement: 

"We the members of the Valvoline Amateur Sports Advisory Board, do hereby state that we do not, and will not, use drugs 
for the purpose of recreation or enhanced performance. We intend to use our positions as successful "Ambassadors of 
Sports" to "Keep the Dream Alive" for young athletes. We believe that to reach our goal of taking drug dependency out of 
Athletics the following steps must be followed: 

1) "We reject the suggestion that the use of illegal drugs is justifiable or should be tolerated. 

2) "We will not condone athletic events, where proof exists that the rules governing drug abuse are not being enforced. 

3) "We will not allow an athlete on our team to abuse drugs 

4) "We will encourage our sport national governing bodies to initiate drug education programs, and drug testing at 
national level events. 

5) "We believe that athletes, or coaches, who knowingly use illegal substances to aid their performances on the field of 
play, deserve severe punishment, as do those individuals who use recreational drugs. 

6) "Those individuals who take the necessary steps to permanently rid themselves of the recreational drug abuse habit, 
for a period not less than 12 months, we believe that their team mates and coaches should be quick to welcome them 
back into the field of competitive athletics. 

7) "We shall volunteer our time in the area of local youth drug education 

8) "We shall encourage all other people involved with sports to follow our example." 

The declaration, signed by all Valvoline Amateur Sports Advisory Board members, is a way to establish guide lines for the 
betterment of amateur athletics. J.F. Boehm, president of Valvoline Oil, sees the Board's action as a concrete step in the war 
on drugs in American sports. 

"Valvoline and Ashland Oil have long realized the importance of healthy minds and bodies for our young athletes. Drug 
abuse by athletes has reached severe levels in this country, and I believe the declaration by the Board is a step in the right 
direction," Boehm said. 

Valvoline will assist the Board by providing manpower and resources to see that its goals are met. "We see the statement as 
a fresh start for young athletes," Boehm said. "The Board wants to impress upon the nations' youth that perserverance and 
dedication are the keys to reaching their goals, not drugs." 



HELPING STUDENTS COPE WITH ALCOHOL AND DRUGS 

Information on programs — some old, some new, all good — from the National Federal/on 's Target programs, a 
chemical health service center to help students cope with alcohol and drugs. 

Remove Intoxicated Driver (RID) was founded to raise public consciousness concerning the problem of drunk driving; to 
collect and disseminate information; to improve government systems, and to support victims of drunk drivers. A network of 
RID members, maintained by zip code, is ready to help victims as they interface with the justice system. 

RID sponsors public forums for citizen awareness utilizing films and its own speakers bureau, as well as providing a citizen 
action manual, court watch materials, bumper stickers, buttons, research information, brochures, petitions and a victims' 
aid kit. In addition, RID maintains a national victims' hotline at (518) 372-0034. 

RID sponsors four victims' aid and public awareness conferences annually around the nation and helps to sponsor 
attendees at other general conference's with special grants. 

National and local newsletters are published quarterly. RID also distributes "How Can I Help," which is a citizen's action 
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Membership is open to all concerned citizens on a chapter, individual or senior/student basis. Annual costs for chapter 
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The Kentucky High School Athlete 

Official Publication of the 
Kentucky High School Athletic Association 



VOL. XLIX NO. 8 



MARCH, 1987 



$5.00 PER YEAR 



STATE WRESTLING CHAMPIONS 
February 28, 1987 — Louisville, Kentucky 

Simon Kenton High School 




98-J. Everman, 105-C. Reimer, 1 19-P. Long, 126-D. Barnes, 145-P. Lee, 1 55-D. Fuehner, 167-C. 
Wood, 185-D. Brosky, Hwy.-R. Lee, Coach Mark Townsley. 

Individual Weight Class Winners 




98 Ib.-J. Everman (SK), 105 Ib.-C. Reimer (SK), 112 Ib.-B. Hedges (WAG), 1 19 Ib.-T. Lee (CHR. 
CO.), 126 Ib.-M. Ohlmann (ST. X), 132 Ib.-P. Moody (FT. CAMP.), 138 Ib.-T. Vaughn (SCOTT), 
145 Ib.-A. Herring (HOP.), 155 Ib.-J. Clay (DAN.), 167 Ib.-M. Turnley (CHR. CO.), 185 Ib.-D. 
Black (HC), Hwt-L. Woodford, (HC). 



PAGE TWO 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MARCH, 1987 



MARCH, 1987 VOL. XLIX, NO. 8 

Published monthly, except June and July, by the Kentucky 
High School Athletic Association, Office of Publication, 
560 E. Cooper Dr., P.O. Box 22280, Lexington, KY 40522. 

Third class postage paid at Richmond, Kentucky 
Acceptance for mailing at special rate of postage provided 
for in Section 1103. Act of October 3, 1917, authorized May 
3. 1926. Publication No. 293080. 

Please send notice of undelivered copies on form 3579 to: 
K.H.S.A A., P.O. Box 22280. Lexington, Kentucky 40522. 

Editor TOM MILLS 

Assistant Editor ANNE WESLEY MAYS 

Assistant Editor BRIGID L. DeVRIES 

Assistant Editor LOUIS STOUT 

Assistant Editor BILLY V. WISE 

Assistant Editor JULIAN TACKETT 

Lexington. Kentucky 

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Vice-President - Frank Welch (1984-1988) Belfry, 
Directors - Tom Buchanan (1985-1989) Eddyville. Sam 
Chandler (1986-1990) Shelbyville. Charles Miller (1986- 
1990) Louisville. Tony Ohnger (1984-1989) Lexington. 
Giant Talbott (1984-1988) Owensboro. Ken Tippett (1985- 
1989) Versailles. David Webb (1983-1987) Brownsville, 
Charlie Wilson (1984-1988) Hyden State Department of 
Education - Lloyd Redman Louisville 
Subscription Rate $5.00 per year 

Cover Photo: Senior Kelly Smith's freethrows with 2 seconds 
remaining gave Laurel County a win, and the championship ot the 
1987 Girls' Sweet Sixteen at Bowling Green, (staff photo) 




FOR YOUR 
INFORMATION 



Athletic Director 

Tommy Mills 
Sharon Leezer 
Raymond Webb 
Don Sturgeon 



School District 

Boyle County H.S. 
Brown H.S. 
Frankfort H.S. 
Franklin County H.S. 



TEAM PICTURES NEEDED 

Pictures of participating teams are needed for the 
State events programs and the "Athlete" magazine. 

Plan Ahead - have a formal varsity squad photo 
taken in all sports at the beginning of the regular 
season. 



COMING IN APRIL 

Girls' and Boys' Basketball 
Tournament Results 

Delegate Assembly Proposals 

State Track Meet Schedule 

State Swimming Championship 
Pictures 



The following Administrative changes have been made 
since the printing of the K.H.S.A. A. Handbook. You may 
want to make a note of them for future use. 



Superintendent 

Larry Ryle 
Delmis Donta 
Darryl Treece 
Dr. Robert B. Siddens 
Robert W. Lumsden 
Michael S. Foreman 
Dr. Charles Roberts 
Hanly Funderburk 
Patrick Clore (Acting) 

Principal 

Russell Frazier 
Joyce Marcy 
David Warinner 
Jody Sword 
Dr Russell Bowen 
Michael Oder 
Dr. Richard Hughes 
Gary Rye 
Robert Nash 
Sister Lea 
Kenneth B. Gray 
Paul Hutchinson 
Don Sims 
Harold Fenderson 
Charles E. Tapley 



School District 

Boone County Schools 
Boyd County Schools 
Caverna Schools 
Fulton City Schools 
Henry County Schools 
Lewis County Schools 
Metcalfe County Schools 
Model Laboratory School 
Pineville Schools 

School District 

Betsy Layne H.S 
Christian Academy 
Clinton County H.S. 
Elliott County H.S. 
Estill County H.S. 
Frankfort H.S. 
George Rogers Clark H.S. 
Harrodsburg H.S. 
Hart County H.S. 
Lexington Catholic H.S. 
Owen County H.S. 
Paul Blazer H.S. 
Potter Christian H.S. 
Shawnee H.S. 
Wolfe County H.S. 



MAKE A PITCH FOR 
SPORTSMANSHIP 




THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MARCH, 1987 



PAGE THREE 



STATE WRESTLING RESULTS — 1987 



TEAM STANDINGS 

Simon Kenton 101.0 

Christian County 77.5 

Woodford County 72.5 

Hopkinsville 58.5 

Scott 45.5 

Waggener 410 

Ft. Campbell 37.0 

Fern Creek 36.5 

Conner 28.0 

Henry Clay 24.5 

Danville 22 

Trinity 20.0 

Ft. Knox 19.5 

St. Xavier 18 5 

Boyle Co 16.0 

Union Co 15.0 



Lafayette 14.5 

Pleasure Ridge Park 13 

Oldham Co 11.0 

Doss 10.0 

Moore 8.0 

Johnson Central 6.5 

Holmes 4.0 

Western 4.0 

Oneida Baptist 3.0 

Paducah Tilghman 1.0 

Caldwell Co 1.0 

North Hardin 1.0 

Frankfort 1.0 

Eastern 1 .0 

Ky. School F/D 1.0 



980 Weight Class 

1 J Everman Simon Kenton 

2D Donley Christian Co 

3 B Pearl Lafayette 

4. Tim Buemi Scott 

1058 Weight Class 

1 . C Reimer Simon Kenton 

2 John Wyan Conner 

3 R Fowler Doss 

4. Brownlee Ft Knox 

112 8 Weight Class 

1 B Hedges Waggener 

2 J Bingham Union Co 

3. J. Thomas Conner 

4 M Bowling Johnson Central 

119« Weight Class 

1. Tom Lee Christian Co 

2 J. Hendrix Waggener 

3 Paul Long Simon Kenton 

4 Portwood Woodford Co 



126# Weight Class 

1 M Ohlmann St Xavier 

2 D Barnes Simon Kenton 

3 D McCoun Woodford Co 

4 R Thomas Ft Campbell 

132» Weighl Class 

1 Pat Moody Ft Campbell 

2 Poindexter Hopkinsville 

3 G Means Woodford Co 

4 R Hawkins Scott 

138ft Weight Class 

1 T Vaughn Scott 

2 James Cox Boyle Co 

3 K Douglas Woodlord Co 

4 Tim Lyle Christian Co 

145* Weight Class 

1 A Herring Hopkinsville 

2 Ed Deese Christian Co 

3 G Davis Ft Knox 

4 N Titus Scott 



1550 Weighl Class 

1 Jim Clay Danville 

2 D Fuehner Simon Kenton 

3 J Morgan Woodford Co 

4 J Baihe Fl Campbell 

1678 Weighl Class 

1 M Turn ley Christian Co 

2 Richardson Woodford Co 

3 C Woods Simon Kenton 

4 N Mills Hopkinsville 

1858 Weighl Class 

1 D Black Henry Clay 

2 Holloway Hopkinsville 

3 Washburn Fern Creek 

4 Flournoy Oldham Co 

HWT Weight Class 

1 Woodlord Fern Creek 

2 L Kidwell Trinity 

3 R Roth Pleasure Rdg Park 

4 Jell Sims Moore 



Most Valuable Wrestler 

Lawrence Woodford 

Henry Clay 




PAGE FOUR 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MARCH, 1987 



1987 K.H.S.A.A. Swimming and Diving Champions 
Eastern Kentucky University 

FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 27, & 28. 1987 





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»1 ■ 200 Vard Medley Relay 

1. Sacred Heart Academy (SHA) 1:55.16 

2 Noire Dame Academy (NDA) 157 36 

3 Dixie Heights (OIX) 15861 

4 Model (MOD) 1:58.66 

5 Elizabethtown (ET) 1,5990 

6 Paul Blazer (PB) 2:01.34 



#5 - 1 Meier Diving 

1 Laura Protumo 12 (SHA) 48110 

2 Heather Pollard 9 (SHA) 386 65 

3 Allyson Heger 1 1 (HOL) 379 75 

4 Lara Shostle 12 (SHA) 368 00 

5 Monique Monlmeny 12 (DIX) 349 20 

6. Cecilia Brungs 12 (NDA) 337.20 



»9 - 

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2 Pam Stanlord 12 (PB) ... 

3 Tonya Lyddane 10 (OCH) 

4 Heather Brooks 11 (TAY) 

5 Jennifer lanke 9 (ET) 

6 Michelle Boggs 11 (FC) 



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»2 - 200 Yard Freestyle 

1 Eileen Sampey 11 (SHA) 1:55 55 

2 Judy Welling 1 1 (MLE) 1:55 74 

3 Beth Holt 12 (WAG) 15800 

4 Oyer Ashley 10 (SAY) 1:59.69 

5 Elizabeth Buckberry 12 '(BG) 2:00.60 

6 Joann Wissman 12 (NDA) 2:0169 



#6 - 100 Yard Butterfly 

1 Jenny Andrews 10 (SCT) 59 28 

2 Beth Holl 12 (WAG) 59 36 

3 Renan Wisenbaker 10 (MOD) 59 52 

4 Mandy Snider 1 1 (SHA) 1 00 00 

5 Jena Ramsey 9 (HC) 1 00 57 

6 Jennifer lanke 9 (ET) 1:02.67 



#10 - 100 Yard Breaslslroke 

1 Dorsey Tierney 11 (SHA) 103 43 

2 Beth Grohmann 1 1 (SHA) 1,08.65 

3 Tracie Pomeroy 10 (NDA) 1 09 75 

4 Amy Barrett 11 (SHA) 1 10 62 

5 Aly Boehmer 9 (NDA) 1.11.85 

6 Debbie Krutzkamp 10 (NDA) 11215 



#3 ■ 200 Yard Individual Medley 

1 Dorsey Tierney 11 (SHA) 

2 Tonya Lyddane 10 (OCH) 

3 Beth Grohmann 1 1 (SHA) 

4 Amy Barrett 11 (SHA) 

4 Tern Wagner 12 (NDA) 

5 Joanne Riggs 1 2 (SHA) 



#7 - 100 Yard Freestyle 

1 Leigh Ann Fetter 12 (SHA) 5178 

2 Karyn Stubbs 12 (NEW) 53 45 

3 Pam Stanlord 12 (PB) 55.66 

4 Elizabeth Buckberry 12 (BG) 55 69 

5 Joann Wissman 12 (NDA) 5603 

6 Stephanie Livers 7 (ET) 56 46 



K11 - 400 Yard Freestyle Relay 

1 Sacred Heart Academy (SHA) 3:34.23 

2 Notre Dame Academy (NDA) 3:51.80 

3 Bowling Green (BG) 3.52 39 

4 Male (MLE) 3:53.47 

5 Elizabethtown (ET) 3:5667 

6 Eastern (EST) 40018 



»4 - 50 Yard Freestyle 

1 Leigh Ann Fetter 12 (SHA) 23 58 

2 Heather Brooks 1 1 (TAY) 25 51 

3 Renan Wisenbaker 10 (MOD) 25 56 

4 Stephanie Livers 7 (ET) 25 85 

5 Terri Wagner 12 (NDA) 26 02 

6 Kim Proffitt 10 (HOP) 26.08 



»8 - 500 Yard Freestyle 

1 J udy Welting 1 1 (MLE) 504 39 

2 Eileen Sampey 11 (SHA) 5:04.77 

3 Dyer Ashley 10 (SAY) 5.12 49 

4 Marit Gibson 9 (BAL) 5:20 15 

5 Elizabeth Hickey 10 (ATH) 522 41 

6 Je Ja Moore 8 (BG) 5 32 24 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MARCH, 1987 



PAGE FIVE 



1987 K.H.S.A.A. Swimming and Diving Champions 
Eastern Kentucky University 

FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 27 & 28, 1987 





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5. Covington Catholic 

6. Highlands 
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8. Daviess County 

9. Madisonville N. Hopkins 

10. Bowling Green 

11. Owensboro Catholic 

12. Henry Clay 

13 Covington Latin 

14. Male 

15. Tates Creek 

16. Oldham County 
17 Oneida Baptist 

18. Eastern 

19. Lafayette 

20 Kentucky Country Day 

21 Lloyd Memorial 

22. Atherton 

23. Paul Blazer 

24. Beechwood 

25. Campbellsville 

26. Conner 

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n l - 200 Yard Medley Relay 

21 Elizabethtown (ET) 140 48 

2 Covinglon Catholic (CC) 1 43 26 

3. St Xavier (STX) 143 52 

4 Trinity (TRN) 1 45.07 

5 Model (MOD) 14561 

6 Madisonville N Hopkins (MNH) 1:4601 

•2 - 200 Yard Freestyle 

1 Scott Ryan 12 (CC) 140 59 

2 Steve Litchfield 12 (HOP) 144 40 

3. Geoff Thomas 12 (STX) 1 48 32 

4 Brian Wilcoxson 1 1 (STX) 1 49 55 

5 Jay Ecleberry 11 (DC) 150 09 

6 Rick Kraus 12 (TRN) 1:50.35 

■-3 - 200 Yard Individual Medley 

1 Paul Godfrey 12 (ET) T59.94 

2 Jay Smith 12 (HOP) 2:00.68 

3 David Northup 10 (STX) 2 01 47 

4 Taylor Hart 9 (HOP) 2:03.68 

5 Chris John 9 (STX) 2:03 93 

6 John Godfrey 10 (ET) 2.04.01 

«4 - 50 Yard Freestyle 

1 Kevin Zarow 12 (TRN) 22 60 

2 Greg Sarakatsannis 1 1 (HGH) 22 76 

3 Matt Brokaw 12 (ET) 22.81 

4 Max Adams 12 (HOP) 22 87 

5 Chip Baleson 12 (HGH) 22 91 

6 David Nofsmger 12 (MNH) 22 99 



#5 - 1 Meter Oiving 

1 Ted Waldeyer 11 (TRN) 383 20 

2 Jett Tucker 1 2 (MLE) 376.00 

3 Dewighl Trent 12 (BG) 362.25 

4 Alan Frazer 12 (HGH) 362.25 

5 Chris Boehmer 11 (CC) 320.20 

6 Keith Hamilton 1 1 (OCH) 296.55 

«6 - 100 Yard Butterfly 

1 Max Adams 12 (HOP) 53.21 

2 Steve Farnau 11 (HC) 53 29 

3 Grainger Scherer 12 (TRN) 53 40 

4 Paul Godfrey 12 (ET) 53 84 

5 John Cyganiew.cz 10 (ET) 55.85 

6. Phil Summe 12 (CC) 56.05 

#7 - 100 Yard Freestyle 

1 Steve Litchfield 12 (HOP) 47 08 

2 Kevin Zarow 12 (TRN) 49 11 

3 Jay Ecleberry 11 (DC) 49 35 

4 Brian Donley 11 (MNH) 49 87 

5 Brian Wilcoxson 11 (STX) 5014 

6 J J Neubacher 10 (CC) 50 33 

#8 - 500 Yard Freestyle 

1 Scotl Ryan 12 (CC) 4 29 67 

2 David Northup 10 (STX) 4 51 14 

3 Grainger Scherer 12 (TRN) 4 52 56 

4 Reid Brown 9 (STX) 5:00.32 

5 Russell McKmley 10 (ET) 5:00 56 

6 Brian Keller 8 (DC) 5 1048 



1(9 - 100 Yard Backstoke 

1 Bill Wallers 10 (MOD) 55.61 

2 Carter Gaither 1 1 (CL) 55 67 

3 John Godfrey 10 (ET) 55.90 

4 Jay Smith 12 (HOP) 56.25 

5 Chris John 9 (STX) 57 78 

6. J.J Neubacher 10 (CC) 58.27 



«10 - 100 Yard Breaslstroke 

1 Ed Jenkins 12 (STX) 10148 

2 Matt Brokaw 12 (ET) 1 01 69 

3 Taylor Hart 9 (HOP) 102 67 

4 Gary Parsons 12 (TRN) 1:03.47 

5 Tom Fischer 11 (HGH) 1.04.40 

6 Scott Chastain 12 (MOD) 105 39 



#11 - 400 Yard Freestyle Relay 

1 Hopkinsville (HOP) 3.1474 

2 Trinity (TRN) 3 1 9 38 

3 Covington Catholic (CC) 3:22 88 

4 Highlands (HGH) 3:23.63 

5 Si Xavier (STX) 3:25.08 

6 Elizabethtown (ET) 3 28.60 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MARCH, 1987 



1987 GIRLS' GOLF REGIONS 



1987 BOYS' GOLF REGIONS 



Caldwell County — Ballard Memorial, Caldwell County, 
Calloway County. Central City, Christian County, 
Crittenden County, Fort Campbell, Greenville, Henderson 
County, Hickman County, Hopkinsville, Lone Oak, Lyon 
County, Madisonville-North Hopkins, Mayfield, Murray, 
Ohio County, Paducah Tilghman, Reidland, St. Mary, 
Union County, Webster County, 

Caverna — Allen Cental, Apollo. Barren County, Bowling 
Green, Caverna, Clinton County, Daviess County, 
Franklin-Simpson, Glasgow. Hart County, Monroe 
County, Owensboro, Russellville, Warren Central 

Louisville — Atherton, Assumption, Ballard. Butler. 
Central, Doss, duPont Manual, Eastern, Holy Cross, Holy 
Rosary, Iroquois, Kentucky Country Day, Louisville 
Collegiate, Male, Mercy, Pleasure Ridge Park, Sacred 
Heart, Shawnee, Southern, St. Francis, Valley. Waggener. 
Western. 

elizabethtown — Adair County , Bardstown, Boyle County, 
Breckinridge County, Bullitt Central, Bullitt East, 
Campbellsville, Danville, East Hardin, Elizabethtown, Fort 
Knox, Green County, Hancock County, Marion County, 
Meade County, Nelson County, North Hardin, Taylor 
County, Washington County, West Hardin. 
Owen County — Beechwood, Boone County, Carroll 
County, Campbell County. Conner. Dayton, Dixie 
Heights, Eminence, Highlands, Holmes, Holy Cross, 
Oldham County, Owen County. Notre Dame, Scott, Silver 
Grove. Trimble County, Villa Madonna, Williamstown 
Woodford County — Bryan Station, Frankfort, Franklin 
County, Harrodsburg, Henry Clay, Jessamine County, 
Lafayette, Lexington Catholic, Mercer County, Scott 
County, Shelby County, Tates Creek, Western Hills, 
Woodford County 

Casey County — Belfry, Casey County, Cawood. Corbin, 
Cumberland, Estill County, Garrard County, George 
Rogers Clark, Harlan, Jenkins, Knox Central, Laurel 
County, Lee County. Lincoln County, McCreary Central, 
Madison Central, Model. Monticello, Pineville, Pulaski 
County, Russell County, Somerset, Wayne County 
Morehead — Boyd County, Fleming County, Harrison 
County, Hazard, Johnson Central, McDowell, Mason 
County, Maysville, Montgomery County, Nicholas 
County, Paintsville, Paul Blazer, Powell County, 
Prestonsburg, Raceland, Rowan County, St. Patrick. 




Campbell County — Bellevue. Bishop Brossart. Campbell 
County. Dayton, Fleming County, Grant County, 
Highlands, Lewis County, Mason County, Maysville. 
Newport, Newport Central Catholic, Pendleton County, 
St. Patrick, Silver Grove, Williamstown. 

Frankfort — Bourbon County, Bryan Station, Eminence. 
Frankfort, Franklin County, George Rogers Clark, 
Harrison County, Henry Clay, Henry County, Lafayette, 
Lexington Catholic. Montgomery County. Nicholas 
County. Oldham County, Paris, Sayre, Scott County, 
Shelby County, Tates Creek, Western Hills, Woodford 
County. 

Washington County — Adair County. Anderson County, 
Bardstown, Bethlehem, Boyle County. Burgin, 
Campbellsville, Casey County, Danville. Garrard County, 
Green County, Harrodsburg, Jessamine County, Lincoln 
County, Marion County, Mercer County, Nelson County, 
Russell County, Taylor County, Washington County. 

Somerset — Berea, Bell County. Corbin. Cumberland, 
Estill County, Harlan. Hazard. Knox Central, Laurel 
County, Lee County, McCreary County, Madison Central, 
Middlesboro, Model, Monticello, Pineville, Pulaski 
County, Somerset, Wayne County. 

Paintsville — Belfry, Betsy Layne, Boyd County, East 
Carter, Fairview, Greenup County, Elkhorn City, Jenkins, 
Johnson Central, McDowell, Paintsville, Paul Blazer, 
Phelps, Pikeville, Powell County. Prestonsburg, Raceland, 
Rowan County, Russell, Sheldon Clark 

Paducah — Ballard Memorial, Caldwell County. Calloway 
County, Christian County, Crittenden County, Fort 
Campbell, Fulton, Hickman County, Hopkinsville, Lone 
Oak, Lyon County, Marshall County, Mayfield, Murray. 
Paducah Tilghman, Reidland, St. Mary. Todd County 
Central, University Heights, Union County 

Owensboro — Apollo, Breckinridge County, Central City, 
Daviess County, Greenville, Hancock County, Henderson 
County, Madisonville-North Hopkins, Mead County, Ohio 
County, Owensboro, Owensboro Catholic. Providence. 
South Hopkins, Webster County. 

Bowling Green — Allen County, Barren County, Bowling 
Green, Bullitt Central, Bullitt East, Caverna, Clinton 
County, East Hardin, Edmonson County, Elizabethtown, 
Fort Knox, Franklin-Simpson, Glasgow. Grayson County. 
Hart County, LaRue County, Monroe County, North 
Bullitt, North Hardin. Russellville, Warren East, Warren 
Central, West Hardin. 

West Jefferson — Beth Haven, Butler, Central, DeSales, 
Doss, Fairdale, Holy Cross, Iroquois, Ninth & O, Pleasure 
Ridge Park, Portland Christian, Shawnee, Southern. 
Valley. Western. 

East Jefferson — Atherton, Ballard, Christian Academy, 
duPont Manual, Eastern, Fern Creek, Jeffersontown. 
Kentucky Country Day, Male, Moore, St. Francis, St. 
Xavier, Seneca, Trinity, Waggener. 

Covington — Beechwood, Boone County. Carroll County, 
Conner, Covington Catholic, Covington Latin, Dixie 
Heights, Gallatin County, Holmes. Holy Cross. Lloyd 
Memorial, Owen County, St. Henry. Scott, Simon Kenton, 
Trimble County, Walton-Verona. 



From The Commissioner's Office 



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PROPOSITION 48 - NOW EXTENDS TO DIVISION II 

Incoming students to an NCAA member institution who wish to immediately 
participate in intercollegiate athletics at the Division I level, or at the 
Division II level, must have maintained a 2.0 grade point average in a core 
curriculum including at least three years English, two years math, two years 
social science, and two years of physical or natural science; as well as 
having attained a 700 combined score on the SAT verbal and math sections or a 
15 composite score on the ACT; and be a high school graduate. The by-law is 
now in the second year of a phase-in period, and eligibility may be attained 
for incoming athletes after August 1, 1987 and prior to August 1, 1988 by 
meeting one of three possible combinations -- 



G.P.A. and 


SAT Verbal & Math or 


ACT Composite 


2.1 and above 


680 


14 


2.000.2.999 


700 


15 


1.900-1.999 


720 


16 



The By-Law also allows for an exception which states, "An exception may be 
granted by the NCAA Eligibility Committee for a student who left high school 
after completion of his junior year or during his senior year to enter a 
member institution under an early admissions program open to students solely 
on the basis of outstanding academic performance and promise, and provided 
that for the last four semesters completed in high school, the student 
maintained an accumulative grade point average of 3.5 (based on a maximum of 
4.0) and ranked in the top 20 percent of the students class, and that the 
student met all of the requirements of a qualifier except for graduation from 
high school ." 

Please consult the nearest NCAA Division I or II institution, Department of 
Athletics, NCAA Interpreter, if you have any questions. In Kentucky- 
Bel larmine, Centre, Eastern Kentucky, Kentucky (University of), Kentucky 
State, Kentucky Wesleyan, Louisville, Morehead State, Murray State, Northern 
Kentucky, and Western Kentucky are member institutions. 

SCHEDULE FOR MEDICAL SYMPOSIUMS ANNOUNCED 



in the high risk sports of Soccer, Football, Basketball, Baseball and 
j are required by the State Department of Education to annually attend 



Coaches 

Wrestling 

the Medical Symposium sanctioned by the Department and sponsored by the 

Kentucky Medical Association. The schedule for this year is as follows-- 



Louisville, June 5 and 6 
Ashland, June 12 and 13 
Madisonville, June 19 and 20 
Owensboro, July 18 (one day only) 
Lexington July 24 and 25 
Northern Kentucky, July 24 and 25 

The respective hospitals and sponsoring locations will be mailing information 
to the Principals of member schools within the next few weeks. Please plan 
now to attend. 



REMINDER TO FOOTBALL SCHOOLS AND OPEN DATES 

The first playing date for football in 1987 is August 21. The first legal 

date for practice is August 1. Keep this in mind in making out your 

schedules. Please remember to inform the office as to open dates. This is 

also important due to the fact that the new alignment plan for football is 

to be implemented effective with the 1987 season. With the new alignment, 

and the additional week in which to schedule games, it is important to list 
open dates as soon as possible. At this time, we have the following open 
dates -- 

Week 1 (August 21) - Bourbon County, contact Coach John Nochta 
(606)987-2556; Bullitt East, contact Coach Keith Collins 
(502)538-7322; Fleming Neon, contact David Jones (606)855-7597; 
Greenup County, contact Dan Mercer, A.D. (606)473-7705; Madisonville 
North Hopkins, contact Jan Ireland, A.D. (502)825-6017; Marion 
County, contact Coach Mark Brown (502)692-6066; Paris, contact Randy 
Reese (606)987-4545 

Week 2 (August 28) - Bardstown, contact Coach Garni s Martin 
(502)348-5913; Belfry, contact Coach Philip Heywood or Paul Dotson, 
A.D. (606)353-7230; Christian County, contact Wilton Gant, A.D. 
(502)887-1100; Conner, contact Coach Joe Clark (606)689-7696; 
Danville, contact Coach Tom Duffy (606)236-7957; Eminence, contact 
Coach Steve Frommeyer (502)845-5427; Newport, contact Coach Jim Weyer 
(606)292-3051; Russel 1 vil le, contact Wayne Mullen, A.D. (502)726-8421; 
St. Xavier, contact Paul Young, A.D. (502)635-5300; Trigg County, 
contact Buddy Perry, A.D. (502)522-6072 

Week 3 (September 4) - Boyd County, contact Ed VanHoose (606) 
928-6475; Bullitt East, contact Coach Keith Collins (502)538-7322; 
Clay County, contact Coach Eugene Hensley (606)598-3737; Fleming 
County, contact Coach Ted Purcell (606)845-6601; Hopkinsville, 
contact Danny Sundberg (502)886-3384; Oldham County, contact Bob 
Rowland, A.D. (502)222-9641; Russell County, contact Coach Ron Finley 
(502)866-3341 

Week 4 (September 11) - Boone County, contact Owen Hauck 
(606)283-2795. Boyd County, contact Ed VanHoose (606)928-6475; 
Fleming Neon, contact David Jones (606)855-7597; Green County, 
contact Ivan Curnutte (502)932-7481; Russell, contact Lafe Walter, 
A.D. (606)836-9650 

Week 5 (September 18) Cathedral High (Indianapolis), contact Coach 
Michael McGinley (317)542-1481; Christian County, contact Wilton Gant, 
A.D. (502)887-1100; Dayton, contact Stan Steidel (606)261-4357; 
Green County, contact Ivan Curnutte (502)932-7481; Mayfield, 
contact Bob Sparks, A.D. (502)247-5582 

Week 6 (September 25) - Bowling Green, contact Coach Dan Haley 
(502)842-1674; Dayton, contact Stan Steidel (606)261-4357; Fleming 
Neon, contact David Jones (606)855-7597; Garrard County, contact 
Coach Steve Sullivan (606)792-2146; Holmes, contact Coach William Hina 
(606)292-5845; Owensboro Catholic, contact Bruce Embry, A.D. 
(502)684-3215; Shelby County, contact Coach Tom Bechere (502)633-2443 

Week 7 (October 2) - Franklin County, contact Coach Gary Dearborn 
(502)695-4155 after 11:45 a.m.; Marion County, contact Coach Mark 
Brown (502)692-6066 



FOOTBALL OPEN DATES (continued) 

Week 8 (October 9) - Christian County, contact Wilton Gant, A.D. 
(502)887-1100; Elkhorn City, contact Jerry Childers, A.D. (606)754-9098; 
Mayfield, contact Bob Sparks, A.D. (502)247-5582; Oldham County, 
contact Bob Rowland, A.D. (502)222-9641; Williamsburg, contact Coach Bob 
Rose (606)549-1915 

Week 9 (October 16) - Boone County, contact Owen Hauck 

(606)283-2795. Christian County, contact Wilton Gant, A.D. 

(502)887-1100; Danville, contact Coach Tom Duffy (606)236-7957; North 
Bullitt, contact Bob Wagoner (502)957-2186 

Week 10 (October 23) - Boone County, contact Owen Hauck 
(606)283-2795; Bourbon County, contact Coach John Nochta (606)987-2556; 
DeSales, contact Coach Don Hettich (502)361-1231; Glen Oak in Canton, 
Ohio, contact Ralph Ciccarelli, Athletic Administrator (216)492-7455; Owen 
County, contact Gran Mefford (502)484-2715; Owensboro Catholic, contact 
Bruce Embry, A.D. (502)684-3215; Shelby County, contact Coach Tom Bechere 
(502)633-2443; Waggener, contact Coach Bob Redman (502)454-8340 

Week 11 (October 30) - Elizabethtown, contact Duke Owen, 
(502)769-3381; Holmes, contact Coach William Hina (606)292-5845; Marion 
County, contact Coach Mark Brown (502)692-6066; Middletown (OH), 
contact Jim Place (513)422-7432; Williamsburg, contact Coach Bob Rose 
(606)549-1915 

OHIO STATE TO HOLD TRAINERS WORKSHOP 

Ohio State will be sponsoring a student athletic training workshop this summer 
on campus. The workshop will be held June 21-26/ For further information, 
contact Ohio State University, ATTN: Student Athletic Trainer Workshop, 410 
Woody Hayes Drive, Columbus, OH, 43210, or call Bill Davis, Assistant Athletic 
Trainer, at (614)292-1164. 

INSURANCE UPDATE 

At a recent meeting of the National Federation Insurance committee, a 
determination was finalized relative to the participation of ineligible 
participants and the related insurance coverage. It was the ruling of the 
company and the committee, that any person participating in practice or play, 
in a sport sanctioned by the state association, who is not in violation of 
state regulations regarding limitation of seasons, etc. shall be covered by 
the catastrophic insurance and the liability coverage. It is important to note 
however, that if the school, coach or team is in any way in violation of the 
state association regulations, the coverage is void. 

EDITORIAL CONTRIBUTIONS SOLICITED FOR NATIONAL NEWSLETTER 

Stan Steidel, Athletic Director at Dayton High School has been named to the 
Editorial Board of the Athletic Director and Coach Newsletter . This national 
publication deals with current trends and problems in athletics ranging from 
legal issues to fund raising. If you have any idea which you would like to see 
written about, or have an article you wish to submit for publication, please 
contact Stan at Dayton High School, (606)491-6565. 



KUDOS TO BELFRY HIGH FOOTBALL TEAM 

Steve Phillips of Belfry reports that the Belfry High School Football program 
continued its tradition of excellence this season, both on the field and in the 
classroom. Forty-Nine players and managers found their names listed on the 
first semester honor roll as did six statisticians, 17 cheerleaders, and 4 
Pirettes. This totals sixty-two (62) percent of the entire Belfry football 
program. Congratulations Belfry. 

EASTERN KENTUCKY TO HOST CRAMER TRAINERS WORKSHOP 

Eastern Kentucky University will host a 1987 Basic Workshop for student 
athletic trainers in conjunction with Cramer products. The workshop is 
designed to teach junior and senior high school students the fundamentals of 
athletic injury prevention and care. The seminar runs from June 28 through 
July 1. For further information, contact Janet Lozar, (800)255-6621. 

NATIONAL STRENGTH AND CONDITIONING ASSOCIATION 

The National Strength and Conditioning Association will hold its Region II 
clinic at the Kenan Fieldhouse on the campus of the University of North 
Carolina - Chapel Hill on May 2nd and 3rd. For further information, contact 
Mike Marks or Harley Dartt (919) 966-2575. 

SYMPATHIES TO THE FAMILY OF "MAC" McGINNIS 

"Mac" McGinnis, who coached Owensboro to the state basketball title in 1949, 
and a total of ten teams to the Sweet Sixteen, died on February 5 in 
Owensboro. He was 79. McGinnis played his college basketball at the 
University of Kentucky and captained the 1930 Wildcats. He started his 
coaching career at Hartford High in Ohio County in 1933, and his 1936 Mustang 
team won the regional title. In the 1936-37 season, he left to coach at 
Daviess County where he stayed for seven years, bringing that team to two state 
tournaments. His fourteen year stint at Owensboro began in 1943, where his Red 
Devil teams won six straight regional titles starting in 1946, and again in 
1953. His 1949 club featured future UK All American Cliff Hagan, and captured 
the state title. He left coaching in 1957 after compiling a 247-142 record at 
Owensboro to go into administration, holding various positions until his 1975 
retirement. McGinnis is survived by his wife Helen, a daughter Carol Worth of 
Owensboro, and a brother, Louis McGinnis of Lexington. 

A.C.T. TEST DATES FOR 1986-87 

With the implementation of NCAA Proposition 48, it is important to keep up with 
the test dates for the American College Testing Assessment (ACT test). As 
mentioned above in this issue, it is also important to note that the NCAA 
Convention in January passed legislation extending proposition 48 to the 
Division II level. For the remainder of 1986-87 school year the schedule is as 
f ol 1 ows : 

Test Date Regular Postmark Deadline Late Deadline 
04/11/87 03/13/87 03/31/87 

06/13/87 05/15/87 06/02/87 



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PAGE SEVEN 



1987 REGIONAL GOLF MANAGERS 



BOYS MANGERS 
Paducah — Larry Hopper, St. Mary High School, 1243 
Elmdale, Box 7806, Paducah, Kentucky 42001, 502-442- 
4310. 

Owensboro — Ron Peyton, OwensboroHigh School, 1800 
Frederica Street, Owensboro, Kentucky 42301, 502-684- 
7221. 

Bowling Green — Danny Spillman, Bowling Green High 
School, 1801 Rockingham Lane, Bowling Green, 
Kentucky 42101, 502-842-1674. 

Frankfort — Joe Rogers, Western Hills High School, 100 
Doctors Lane. Frankfort, Kentucky 40601, 502-875-2900. 
Washington County — Bill Frost, Washington County 
High School, Lincoln Park Road, Springfield. Kentucky 
40069. 606-336-3996. 

West Jefferson — Mike Campbell, DeSales High School, 
425 Kenwood Drive, Louisville, Kentucky 40214, 502-361- 
1231 

East Jefferson — Marty Donlon, St. Xavier High School, 

1609 Poplar Level Road, Louisville, Kentucky 40217, 502- 

636-2525 

Covington — Jack Demming, Lloyd Memorial High 

School, Box 99, Bartlett Avenue, Erlanger, Kentucky 

41015, 606-727-1535. 

Campbell County — Tom Hummel/Carl Wenderoth, 3057 

Magnolia Court, Edgewood, Kentucky 41017, (Hummel) 

606-623-4161, (Wenderoth) 606-825-6085. 

Somerset — Jeff Littrell, Somerset High School, College 

Street, Somerset, Kentucky 42501, 606-678-4721. 

Paintsville — Walter Brugh, Paintsville High School, P.O. 

Box 152, Paintsville, Kentucky 41240, 606-789-3881. 

STATE TOURNAMENT MANAGER — John Hackett, 830 
McCullum Avenue, Elizabethtown, Kentucky 42701, 502- 
765-4240. 

COORDINATOR — Ernie Denham, 3717 Taylorsville 
Road, #109, Louisville, Kentucky 40220, 502-452-1584. 



GIRLS' MANAGERS 
Caldwell County — Al Giordana, Caldwell County High 
School, Box 350, Princeton, Kentucky 42445. 502-365- 
3531. 

Caverna — John Belcher, Caverna High School, Route 2, 
Horse Cave, Kentucky 42749, 502-773-2828. 
Louisville — Raymond Kuhn, Ballard High School, 6000 
Brownsboro Road, Louisville, Kentucky 40222, 502-895- 
0567. 

Elizabethtown — Pat Wise, Elizabethtown High School, 
620 North Mulberry Street, Elizabethtown, Kentucky 
42701, 502-769-3381. 

Woodford County — Lou Brown, Jessamine County High 
School, Route 4, Nicholasville, Kentucky 40356, 606-887- 
2421. 



Gran Mefford, Owen County High 
Owenton, Kentucky 40359, 502-484- 



Owen County 

School. Route 

5509. 

Casey County — Jim Ellison, Casey County High School, 

Route 4, Liberty, Kentucky 42539, 606-787-6151. 

Morehead — Dr. Ron Walke, Rowan County High School, 

Route 5, Morehead, Kentucky 40351, 606-784-7721. 



STATE MANAGER — Lou Brown, 
JessamineCounty High School, Route 4, 
Nicholasville, Kentucky 40356, 606-887- 
2421 (School), 606-385-3952 (Home). 




© 



1987 TENNIS INFORMATION 



BOYS REGIONAL SITES AND MANAGERS 
Murray — (Jack Haskins/Sue Outland, Calloway County 
High School, 2108 College Farm Road, Murray, Kentucky, 
42071, 502-753-5479) — Ballard Memorial, Caldwell 
County, Calloway County, Christian County, Fort 
Campbell, Heath, Hopkinsville, Lone Oak, Lyon County, 
Marshall County, Mayfield, Murray, Paducah Tilghman, 
Providence. Reidland. St. Mary, University Heights, West 
Hopkins. 

Bowling Green — (Joe Tinius. L.C. Curry School, 1350 
Durbm Drive, Bowling Green, Kentucky 42101, 502-842- 
0089/502-781-5774) - Allen County, Barren County, 
Bowling Green, Caverna, Cumberland County, Franklin- 
Simpson, Glasgow. Hart County, Logan County. Metcalf 
County, Monroe County, Muhlenberg Central, 
Russellville, St. Romuald, Warren Central, Warren East. 

Henderson County — (Howard Crittenden, Henderson 
County High School, 2424 Zion Road, Henderson, 
Kentucky 42420, 502-827-2506) — Apollo, Bremen, Butler 
County, Central City, Daviess County, Greenville, 
Hancock County, Henderson County, McLean County, 
Madisonville-North Hopkins, Ohio County, Owensboro, 



Owensboro Catholic, South Hopkins, Trinity (Whitesville), 

Union County, Webster County. 

Elizabethtown — (David Rogers, Morningside Elementary 
School, Morningside Drive, Elizabethtown, Kentucky 
42701, 502-769-3359) — Adair County, Bardstown, 
Bethlehem, Breckinridge County, Bullitt Central, 
Campbellsville, East Hardin, Elizabethtown, Fort Knox, 
Grayson County, Green County, LaRue County, Marion 
County, Meade County, Nelson County, North Bullitt, 
North Hardin, Spencer County, Taylor County, 
Washington County. 

East Jefferson — (Allen Sledd, Ballard High School, 6000 
Brownsboro Road, Louisville, Kentucky 40222, 502-426- 
2993/502-454-8206) — Atherton, Ballard, Eastern, Fern 
Creek, Jeffersontown, Kentucky Country Day, Oldham 
County, Seneca, Trinity, Waggener, Walden. 

Central Jefferson — (Joseph Kroh, St. Xavier High School, 
1609 Poplar Level Road, Louisville, Kentucky 40217, 502- 
637-4712/502-459-6586) — Central, Christian Academy, 
DeSales, duPont Manual, Evangel, Louisville Collegiate, 
Male, Ninth & O, Portland Christian, St. Francis, St. Xavier, 
Shawnee. 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MARCH, 1987 



West Jefferson — (Kevin Salyer, Doss High School, 7601 
St. Andrews Church Rd, Louisville, Kentucky 40214, 502- 
454-8754) — Butler, Doss, Fairdale, Holy Cross, Iroquois, 
Pleasure Ridge Park, Southern, Valley, Western. 

Lexington — (Bill Goodan, Henry Clay High School, 2100 
Fontaine Road, Lexington, Kentucky 40502, 606-269- 
3376) — Anderson County, Bryan Station, Frankfort, 
Franklin County. Henry Clay, Lafayette, Lexington 
Catholic, Sayre, Shelby County, Tates Creek, Western 
Hills, Woodford County. 

Richmond — (Jerry Johns, Box 308, Somerset, Kentucky 
40251, 606-679-1547/606-678-5610) — Barbourville, 
Berea, Bell County, Boyle County. Corbin, Cumberland, 
Danville, Estill County, Garrard County, George Rogers 
Clark, Harlan, Harrodsburg, June Buchanan, Knox 
Central, Laurel County, Leslie County, Lincoln County, 
Madison Central, Mercer County, Middlesboro, Model, 
Oneida, Pineville, Pulaski County, Russell County, St. 
Camillus, Somerset. 

Ashland — (Mary Robinson, Russell High School, Red 
Devil Drive, Russell, Kentucky 41169, 606-836-9658/502- 
836-4330) — Bath County, Belfry, Betsy Layne, Boyd 
County, Buckhorn, Elkhorn City, Greenup County, 
Hazard, Holy Family, Knott County, Lawrence County, 



McDowell, Magoffin County, Montgomery County. 
Paintsville, Paul Blazer, Prestonsburg, Rowan County, 
Russell, Sheldon Clark, Wolfe County. 

Northern Kentucky — (Roger Walz, Highlands High 
School, 2400 Memorial Parkway, Ft. Thomas, Kentucky 
41075, 606-781-3333) — Augusta, Beechwood, Boone 
County, Campbell County, Carroll County, Connor, 
Covington Catholic, Covington Latin, Dayton, Dixie 
Heights, Gallatin County, Henry County, Highlands, 
Holmes, Holy Cross, Lloyd Memorial, Newport, Newport 
Central Catholic, Oldham County, St. Henry, Scott, 
Simon-Kenton, Trimble County. 

Paris — (Wilson Sears, Bourbon County High School, 
3343 Lexington Road, Paris, Kentucky 40361, 606-987- 
2550) — Bourbon County, Bracken County, Deming, 
Fleming County, Harrison County, Lewis County, Mason 
County, Maysville, Millersburg Military Institute, Nicholas 
County, Paris, Pendleton County, St. Patrick, Scott 
County. 

BOYS' STATE MANAGER: Joseph Kroh, St. Xavier High 
School, 1609 Poplar Level Road, Louisville, Kentucky 
40217, 502-637-4712/502-459-6586. 



GIRLS REGIONAL SITES AND MANAGERS 

Murray — (Jack Haskms/Sue Outland, Calloway County 
High School, 2108 College Farm Road, Murray, Kentucky 
42071, 502-753-5479) — Ballard Memorial, Caldwell 
County, Calloway County, Christian County. Fort 
Campbell. Heath, Hopkmsville, Lone Oak, Lyon County, 
Marshall County, Mayfield, Murray, Paducah Tilghman, 
Providence, Reidland, St. Mary, University Heights, West 
Hopkins. 

Bowling Green — (Joe Tinius, L.C. Curry School, 1350 
Durbin Drive, Bowling Green, Kentucky 42101, 502-842- 
0089/502-781-5774) — Allen County, Barren County, 
Bowling Green, Caverna, Cumberland County, Franklin- 
Simpson, Glasgow, Hart County, Logan County, Metcalfe 
County, Monroe County, Muhlenberg Central, 
Russellville, St. Romuald, Warren Central, Warren East. 

Henderson County — (Howard Crittenden, Henderson 
County High School, 2424 Zion Road, Henderson, 
Kentucky 42420, 502-827-2506) — Apollo, Bremen, Butler 
County, Central City, Daviess County, Greenville, 
Hancock County, Henderson County, McLean County, 
Madisonville-North Hopkins, Ohio County, Owensboro, 
Owensboro Catholic, South Hopkins, Trinity (Whitesville), 
Union County, Webster County. 

Elizabethtown — (David Rogers, Morningside Elementary 
School, Morningside Drive, Elizabethtown, Kentucky 
42701, 502-769-3359) — Adair County, Bardstown, 
Bethlehem, Breckinridge County, Bullitt Central, 
Campbellsville, East Hardin, Elizabethtown, Fort Knox, 
Grayson County, Green County, LaRue County, Marion 
County, Meade County, Nelson County. North Bullitt, 
North Hardin, Spencer County, Taylor County, 
Washington County. 

East Jefferson — (Bob Roos, 3704 Ten Broeck, Louisville, 
Kentucky 40222, 502-426-2993) — Assumption, Atherton, 
Ballard, Eastern, Fern Creek, Jeffersontown, Kentucky 
Country Day, Oldham County, Sacred Heart, Seneca, 
Waggener, Walden. 

Central Jefferson — (Cindy Greer, Louisville Collegiate, 
Box 4369, 2427 Glenmary Avenue, Louisville, Kentucky 
40204, 502-451-5330) — Central, Evangel, Louisville 
Collegiate, Male, Mercy Academy, Ninth & O. Portland 
Christian, Presentation, St. Francis, Shawnee. 



West Jefferson — (Kevin Salyer. Doss High School, 7601 
St. Andrews Church Rd., Louisville, Kentucky 40214, 502- 
454-8754) — Butler, Doss, Fairdale, Holy Cross, Holy 
Rosary, Iroquois, Pleasure Ridge Park, Southern, Valley, 
Western. 

Northern Kentucky — (Roger Walz, Highlands High 
School, 2400 Memorial Parkway, Ft. Thomas, Kentucky 
41075, 606-781-3333) — Augusta, Beechwood, Bellevue, 
Boone County, Campbell County, Carroll County, 
Conner, Dayton, Dixie Heights, Gallatin County, 
Highlands, Holmes, Holy Cross, Lloyd Memorial, Newport, 
Newport Central Catholic, Notre Dame, St. Henry, Scott, 
Simon-Kenton, Villa Madonna. 

Lexington — (Bill Goodan, Henry Clay High School, 2100 
Fontaine Road, Lexington, Kentucky 40502, 606-269- 
3376) — Anderson County, Bryan Station, Frankfort, 
Franklin County, Henry Clay, Jessamine County, 
Lafayette, Lexington Catholic, Sayre, Shelby County, 
Tates Creek, Western Hills, Woodford County. 

Richmond — (Jerry Johns, Box 308, Somerset, Kentucky 
40251, 606-678-5610) — Barbourville, Boyle County, 
Corbin, Cumberland, Danville, Estill County, Garrard 
County, George Rogers Clark, Harlan, Harrodsburg, Knox 
Central, Laurel County, Leslie County, Lincoln County, 
Madison Central, Mercer County, Middlesboro, Model, 
Oneida, Pineville, Pulaski County, Russell County, St. 
Camillus, Somerset. 

Ashland — (Mary Robinson, Russell High School, Red 
Devil Drive, Russell, Kentucky 41169, 606-836-9658/502- 
836-4330) — Bath County, Belfry, Betsy Layne, Boyd 
County, Buckhorn, Elkhorn City, Hazard, Knott County, 
Lawrence County, McDowell, Magoffin County, 
Montgomery County, Paintsville, Paul Blazer, Phelps, 
Prestonsburg, Rowan County, Russell, Sheldon Clark. 

Paris — (Wilson Sears, Bourbon County High School, 
3343 Lexington Road, Paris, Kentucky 40361, 606-987- 
2550) — Bourbon County, Bracken County, Deming, 
Fleming County, Harrison County, Lewis County, Mason 
County, Maysville, Nicholas County, Paris, Pendleton 
County, St. Patrick, Scott County. 

GIRLS' STATE MANAGER: Becky Watson. 208 Sherwood 
Drive, Hopkinsville, Kentucky 42240, 502-886-1173, 502- 
887-1150 (P.M.)/502-887-1250 (A.M.) 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MARCH, 1987 



PAGE NINE 




ATTENTION 
Track Coaches 



The State High School Track Meet all classes will 
be held on Saturday, May 30, 1987, at the University 
of Kentucky Sports Center in Lexington. The State 
Manager is John Gettler. 

The regional, sectional, and state meets will be 
scored this year with individual awards being given 
for the first six places and team trophies awarded 
the winning and runner-up teams. 



1987 Track & Field Regional Managers 
(Boys and Girls) 

CLASS A 

1. Fort Campbell High School — Marshall Patterson, Fort 
Campbell High School, Ohio Ave and Falcon Loop, Fort 
Campbell 42223, 615-431-5056. 

2. Providence/Murray State — Willis Simpson, Providence 
High School, Cedar Street, Providence 42450, 606-667- 
7065. 

3. Bellevue — Pep Stidham, Bellevue High School, Center 
and Lafayette, Bellevue, 41073, 606-261-2980. 

4. Lexington — Frank Maklivic, Frankfort High School, 328 
Shelby Street, Frankfort 40601, 502-223-8030. 

5. Kentucky Country Day — Gene Moutoux, Kentucky 
Country Day, 4100 Springdale Road, Louisville, 
Kentucky 40222, 502-348-5913. 

6. Berea College — Bill Patton, Berea High School, Ellipse 
Street, Berea 40403, 606-986-491 1 . 

7. Pikeville — Joe Mahan, Pikeville High School, 116 N. 
Mayo Trail, Pikeville 41501, 606-432-0186. 

8. Boyd County — Bob Stacey, Boyd County High School, 
Route 2, Box 374, Ashland 41101, 606-928-6473. 

CLASS AA 

1. Fort Campbell — Marshall Patterson. Fort Campbell 
High School, Ohio Ave. and Falcon Loop, Fort Campbell 
42223, 615-431-5056. 

2. Barren County — Terry Reed, Barren County High 
School, Route 6, Glasgow 42141, 502-651-6315 

3. Bellevue — Pep Stidham, Bellevue High School, Center 
and Lafayette, Bellevue, Kentucky 41073, 606-261-2980. 

4. Lexington — Jean Wright, Timberlawn Circle #41, 
Frankfort 40601, 502-695-2081. 

5. Fort Knox — Mike McCoy, Fort Knox High School, 7501 
Missouri St.. Fort Knox 40121, 502-624-6647. 

6. Berea College — Bill Patton, Berea High School, 
Ellipse Street, Berea 40403, 606-986-4911. 

7. Boyd County — Bob Stacey, Boyd County High School, 
Route 2, Box 374, Ashland 41101, 606-928-6473. 

8. Pikeville — Joe Mahan, Pikeville High School, 116 North 
Mayo Trail, Pikeville 41501, 606-432-0186. 

CLASS AAA 

1. Henderson County — David Mitchell, Henderson 
County High School, 2424Zion Road, Henderson 42420, 
502-827-2506. 

2. Shelby County — Larry Wingfield, Shelby County High 
School, US 60 East, Shelbyville 40065, 502-633-2344. 

3. Bellevue — Pep Stidham, Bellevue High School, Lafa- 
yette and Center, Bellevue 41073, 606-261-2980. 

4. Boyd County — Bob Stacey, Boyd County High School, 
Route 2, Box 374, Ashland 41101, 606-928-6473. 

5. Iroquois — Mike McDaniel, Iroquois High School, 4515 
Taylor Boulevard, Louisville 40215, 502-454-8269. 



6. Moore — Gene Carroll, Moore High School, 6415 Outer 
Loop, Louisville, 40229, 502-454-8304. 

7. Lexington — Jean Wright, Timberlawn Circle #41, 
Frankfort, 40601. 502-695-2081. 

8. Berea College — Gordon Bocock, Pulaski County High 
School, 511 East University, Somerset 42501, 606-679- 
6931. 



1987 Track & Field Sectional Managers 
(Boys & Girls) 

CLASS A 

Section 1: Region 1 & 2, Daviess County High School — 
Will Pagan, Daviess County High School, 4255 New 
Hartford Road, Owensboro 42301, 502-684-5285. 

Section 2: Regions 3 & 4, Lexington — Frank Miklavcic, 
Frankfort High School, 328 Shelby St., Frankfort, Ken- 
tucky 40601, 502-223-8030. 

Section 3: Regions 5 & 6, Berea College — Bill Patton, 
Berea High School, Ellipse Street, Berea 40403, 606- 
986-4911. 

Section 4: Regions 7 & 8, Boyd County High School — Bob 
Stacey, Boyd County High School, 12307 Midland Trail 
Road, Ashland 41001, 606-928-6473 

CLASS AA 
Section 1: Regions 1 & 2, Daviess County High School — 

Will Pagan. Daviess County High School, 4255 New 

Hartford Road, Owensboro 42301, 502-684-5285. 
Section 2: Regions 3 & 4, Lexington — Jean Wright, 

Timberlawn Circle #41 , Frankfort, Kentucky 40601 . 502- 

695-2081. 
Section 3: Regions 5 & 6, Fort Knox — Mike McCoy, Fort 

Knox High School, 7501 Missouri Street, Fort Knox 

40121, 502-624-6647. 
Section 4: Regions 7 & 8, Boyd County High School — Bob 

Stacey, Boyd County High School, 12307 Midland Trail 

Road. Ashland 41001, 606-928-6437. 

CLASS AAA 
Section 1: Regions 1 & 2, Daviess County High School — 

Will Pagan, Daviess County High School, 4255 New 

Hartford Road, Owensboro 42301, 502-684-5285. 
Section 1: Regions 3 &4, Boyd County High School — Bob 

Stacey, Boyd County High School. 12307 Midland Trail 

Road, Ashland 41001, 606-928-6473. 
Section 3: Regions 5 & 6, Iroquois High School — Bro. 

Borgia, St. Xavier High School, 1609 Poplar Level Road, 

Louisville 40217, 502-637-4712. 
Section 4: Regions 7 & 8, Lexington — Jean Wright, 

Timberlawn Circle #41, Frankfort 40601, 502-695-2081. 





1987 NFICA/OA Conference 




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Iowa High School 

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Denver Media Personality 

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FOURTH GENERAL SESSION 1 1 :00 a.m. -Noon 



"Effect of Chemical Abuse 
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U.S. Olympic Committee 

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(Choice of Topics 24 Thru 29 — See Panel Below) 
NFICA/NFIOA STATE & SECTIONAL CAUCUSES 

AND BUSINESS MEETINGS 3:00 p.m. -5:00 p.m. 

All members meet with State Directors and their national Board Representative to 
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Publications and topics from the floor State door prizes end this session. 

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"Nice Guys Don't Always 
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Head Football Coach, 

University of Arkansas Razorbacks 

NFICA/NFIOA NATIONAL AWARDS 

TO ACTIVE HIGH SCHOOL 

COACHES AND OFFICIALS 




MONDAY, JUNE 22 



FIFTH GENERAL SESSION 9:00a. m. -10:15a.m. 

PANEL DISCUSSION: "Legal Liability and Litigation 
for the High School Coach and Official" 




From the Insurance View 
Doug Ruedhnger. President 
The Ruedlinger Companies 





From the Lawyer's 
John Dietrick, 
Vice President 
and Legal Counsel 



From the Judge's View 

Hon Robert Stephens 

Chief Justice. 

Kentucky Supreme Court 



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(Choice of Topics 30 Thru 35 Below) 

TENTATIVE WORKSHOP SCHEDULE 

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10:00 am - Saturday - Workshop Session "A" FOR OFFICIALS 



1 Football - Quiz the Rules Makers Panel 

2 Soccer - Quiz the Rules Makers Panel 

3 Volleyball - Quiz the Rules Makers Panel 
■4 What the College Otlicials' 

Supervisor Looks For 
*5. Strength and Explosive Power Development 
6 Coaching the Female Athlete 
7. Quiz Ihe NCAA (Prop 48 update, 

Recruiting, etc.) 

1:45 p.m. - Saturday - Separate Seminars for 
Coaches |8 thru 15) and Otlicials (16 thru 2.11 



Sessions will 


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playing and/or officiating your sport. Noted high 
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be (eatured 




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8. Baseball 

9. Basketbal 
10. Football 


13, Vol ley ball 
14. Wrestling 
15, Coaches Association 


11, Soccer 

12. Track 


Organization and 

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16. Baseball 21 Volleyball 

17. Basketball 22.Wrestling 

18. Football 23 Officials Association 

19. Soccer Organization and 
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1:30 p.m. - Sunday - Workshop Session "B" 

24 Basketball - Quiz the Rules Makers Panel 

25. Wrestling - Quiz Ihe Rules Makers Panel 

"26. What the College Otlicials' 

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27. The IRS and Officials 

*28. Strength and Explosive Power Development 

29. Promoting Your Program and Fund Raising 

10:30 a.m. - Monday - Workshop Session "C" 

30. Baseball - Quiz the Rules Makers Panel 

31. Track • Quiz the Rules Makers Panel 

32. Officials • Drop-In Session - Quiz Top Officials 
33 RELATIONSHIPS - Coaches/Officials/State 

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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MARCH, 1987 




1987 NATIONAL FEDERATION TRACK AND FIELD 
RULE INTERPRETATIONS PART I 



PUBLICATION CORRECTIONS 
Case Book 

Page 24 - S R 4.3 IB — Delete 



SITUATION #1: Following the first heat of the 4 x 100 meter relay, the head 
inspector reports to the referee that Team A, who finished first, failed to 
complete the second exchange while the baton was within the limits of the 
exchange zone Team A is disgualified and the referee instructs the head 
inspector to notify Team A's coach. For one reason or another, the inspector 
fails to do so. When Team A reports for the finals, they are notified of the 
disqualification in the preliminary heat Team A's coach protests, claiming that 
he had never been notified, and had he, he would have changed the make-up 
of his 4x200 meter relay knowing that his anchorman, who was only entered in 
three events, was listed as an alternate on the 4 x 200 meter relay, would not be 
running m the finals of the 4 x 100 

RULING: While the officials were in error in not notifying Team A or Team A's 
coach of the disqualification, the protest must be denied and the 
disqualification stands (3-4-4) 

COMMENT: While the rules now require notification of any disqualification, 
the recommended procedure is to notify the runner or team in question while 
they are still in the finish line area, that an infraction had been reported and a 
ruling would be made When there is a disqualification declared and the 
officials experience some difficulty in finding the of fending at hie te or the te 



public addn 



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SITUATION #2: With temperature 

more members of Team A's relc 

gloves, and the starter or clerk of course ore 

member of the relay team protests that 

protection against the cold weather and do n< 

appreciably increase the gripping capabilities of the runners 

RULING: The decision to remove the gloves stands There is no need for the 

officials to judge whether the gloves do or do not provide any extra gripping 

surface to the baton All gloves are now prohibited in relay races (5-9-6) 

SITUATION #3: As A1 is making his approach in the pole vault. B1 crosses the 

runway and collides with A1. knocking him to the ground In (a), there was no 

control ropes or marshals to control access to the runway and A1 was not 

seriously hurt In (b). B1 had to duck under a control rope and ignored a 

warning by the event judge A1 is seriously hurt and is forced to drop out of 






uffic 



be disqualified 



RULING: In (a), A1 will be gi\ 

disqualification should be i 

further competition in the meet (4-5-6) 

SITUATION #4: In the girl's 100 meter high hurdles. A1 stumbles as she 

approaches the final hurdle As she attempts to regain her balance, she pushes 

over the hurdle and finishes the race When her disqualification is announced. 

AVs coach protests that she did not "deliberately knock down the hurdle with 

her hand " 

RULING: The protest will be denied, if it was obvious that A1 did not attempt to 

clear the hurdle by jumping or striding over it. (5-12-1, 5-12-2(a)} 

SITUATION #5: A1 reports to the discus wearing (a) his left foot in a walking 

cast with a disc-like rubber tip on the bottom, or (b) his left {or non-throwing) 

forearm in a cast. 

RULING: In (a) or (b). this would not be considered as an artificial aid or illegal 

COMMENT: While artificial aids" are not specifically addressed in the 

throwing events, as they are, for example in the jumping events, Rule 6-3-6 

prohibits the wearing of gloves and restricts the use of tape on any part of the 

(throwing) hands or fingers to the covering of an open c 

case above, we are talking about a cast on the leg or non-l 

or arm. While some may debate that these casts could imj 

the spinning motion, such casts would seem to be more of a hindrance than an 

aid. It probably would be a good practice for the competitor to submit some 

letter of documentation that the cast is necessary to protect an existing injury 

(6-3-6. 7-2-8) 



r wound. In the 
zing hand, wrist 
j the velocity of 



SITUATION #6: The boy's state cros 
Team B each scoring 80 points Tean 
applying the tie-breaking procedure 
appeals that one of his runners was in( 
correct place would give Team B 7S 
points. Meet management hasauthon; 
resolve such problems Upon i 



country meet ends with Team A and 
A is awarded the championship after 
in Rule 9-2-4 The coach of Team B 

orrectly placed in the finish chute The 
points, with Team A remaining at 80 
ed theuseofavideotapeof the finish to 
gmination of the videotape, the referee 



rules there was no error in placement. Team B coach, feeling that the referee's 
decision was based on looking at the wrong runner, requests a review by the 
Jury of Appeals, which has been authorized -by the state high school 
association, to act in this capacity The Jury of Appeals concurs with the 
appeal and the order of the finish is corrected making Team B the champion 
Team A's coach protests there are no provisions in Rule 9 to authorize the use 
of a Jury of Appeals 



RULING: The protest shall be denied There are many sections of Rules 2 thru 
5 that also apply to cross country competition, and at one time, prior to the 
expansion of the cross country rules, the rule book carried a note preceding 
the cross country rules that states, '•All applicable portions of Rules 2 thru 8 
also apply to cross country competition " The authority for the state 
association to appoint a Jury of Appeals is carried in Rule 3-2-4(b) 
SITUATION #7: In the girls 4 x 400 meter relay starting from a three-turn 
stagger, lead-off runner A1, running in lane four, is leading by 10 yards when 
she inadvertently cuts for the pole after the second turn Realizing her error, 
she immediately returns to lane four without interfering with any other runner 
and successfully exchanges the baton with A2 in their assigned lane 
RULING: No disqualification is warranted (5-10-1} 

SITUATION #8: Following an unsuccessful trial in the pole vault. A1 protests 
to the event judge that the location of the landing pad restricted the bend in his 
pole and asks for a substitute trial 
RULING: The request shall be denied 

COMMENT: Meet management has the prerogative of positioning the landing 
pad so that the back of the cut-out for the front pad is no farther than 14 inches 
from the vertical plane of the top of the stopboard If A1 felt the position of the 
landing pad would hinder the bend in his pole, and the pad was not placed at its 
maximum distance from the stopboard, he should have made his wishes 
known prior to the beginning of competition In no case may the pit be moved 
farther than 14 inches from the stopboard, regardless of any hindrance this 
may cause to the vaulting pole (7-4-5) 

SITUATION #9: Is it the intent of Rule 7-4-4, which states in part. "When the 
landing pad is made up of two or more sections, the landing surface must 
include a common cover or pad extending over all sections" to require a cover 
that also extends over the front pad? 

RULING: Specifications for the pole vault "pit" or "pad" are carried in two 
separate articles Article 4 deals with the landing pad. and specifies that when 
the landing surface is made up of two or more sections, it must include a 
common cover extending over all sections Article 5 addresses the front pad. 
and specifies it "must (either be attached to the main landing pad, or encased 
in a common cover."' Though a cover extending over all sections of both the 
landing pad and front pad may be desirable, it is not the intent of the change in 
Rule 7-4-4 to require a common cover or pad that extended over both the 
landing pad and the front pads, if the front pads are attached to the mam 
landing surface by some other means 

SITUATION #10: Upon arriving at the meet site, the coach of Team B notes 
that the pole vault landing pad does not meet specifications. 
RULING: In the case of a dual meet, the host school will forfeit all points in the 
pole vault In the case of a multi-school meet, the pole vault becomes a non- 
event, and the incident should be reported to the conference league or state 
association office. (7-4-4. 7-4-5. S R 7 4 8) 

SITUATION #11: The coach of Team A is videotaping AVs trials in the pole 
vault Between trials, A1 leaves the area to view a replay of the videotape as the 
coach points out errors in technique 
RULING: A1 shall be disqualified. (4-5-8(a)) 

COMMENT: While it is permissible for a coach to "confer" with a contestant 
between events or trials, pictures, videotapes, etc . are considered an illegal 
aid when utilized for coaching purposes during competition. 
SITUATION #12: In the shuttle hurdle relay. Team A is running in lanes one 
and two, Team B in lanes three and four A2. running in lane two, knocks over a 
hurdle, which falls into the third lane There isn't time for the hurdle crew to 
reset the hurdle and when B3 advances down lane three, he is forced to run 
around Team A's hurdle. 

RULING: Team A will be disqualified and the referee may decide to rerun the 
race between the remaining teams (5-12-1(c). 5-12-1(e)) 
COMMENT: It is not necessary for a hurdler to fall to warrant interference and 
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The K.H.S.A.A. 

Salutes the 

winners of the 

Academic Showcase 

The second annual Sweet 16 Academic Showcase, was held in Lexington, Kentucky, in conjunction with 
the Sweet 1 6 Boys' Basketball Tournament. Three hundred and fifty students from 95 high schools competed 
in final competitions on the Transylvania University campus Wednesday, March 25 through Friday. March 27, 
1987. A total of S78,100 in scholarships and prizes was awarded. 

Results of the 12 competitions are as follows: 

Speech 

1st Place Highlands High School Joshua Boyd 

2nd Place Model Laboratory School — Danielle Langenbruch 

3rd Place Barren County High School — Stacey Johnson 

Computer Competition 

1st Place Bowling Green High School 

Team Members C Alex Duncan, Stephen Dillingham, Stephen Kuebler. Mark Bitterhng 
2nd Place Jackson High School 

learn Members Steven Jones. Stephen Deaton, Bill Brown, Jeffrey Morrison 
3rd Place Apollo High School 

Team Members Robert Pettil Mark Ciaig. David Carper, Tom Allison 
Journalism - Feature Writing 
1s1 Place Atherton High School — Lauia Pattillo 
2nd Place Louisville Male High School Nancy Robinson 
3rd Place Daviess County High School - Deanna Johnson 
Journalism - Advertising 
1st Place Raceland High School 

Team Members Amy Conley Christopher Porter 
2nd Place Ballard High School 

Team Members Taraneh Shafii. Jennifer Gonnella 
3rd Place Knott County High School 

Team Members Bridgette Thornsberry. Sandra Adams 
English - Essay Writing 

1st Place Henry Clay High School Sara Adams 
2nd Place: Bowling Green High School - Stephen Kuebler 
3rd Place Eastern High School - Kristin King 
English • Creative Writing 

1st Place Model Laboratory School — Peggy Lin 
2nd Place Johns Creek High School - Rebecca Ward 
3rd Place Elkhorn City High School — Jody Bingham 
Music • Vocal 

1st Place Dupont Manual Magnet High School — Alexander Redden 
2nd Place Lloyd Memorial High School - Nathan Piatt 
3rd Place Calloway County High School — Amanda Sims 
Two-Deimensional Art 

1st Place Atherton High School - Megan Maher 
2nd Place Ohio County High School - Schelley Weedman 
3rd Place Boone County High School — Lisa Merida 
Three-Dimensional Art 

1st Place Mason County High School — Jackie McCarty 
2nd Place Dupont Manual High School — Christopher Wilkey 
3rd Place Newport Central High School — Joan Enzweiler 
Mathematics 
1st Place Lincoln County High School 

Team Members Kevin Bandura, Brian Durham, Leann Toombs, Jon Cooley 
2nd Place Tates Creek High School 

Team Members: Cory Grabenbauer, Jeanie Krause, Erik Ward. Meredith Dooley 
3rd Place Seneca High School 

Team Members John Kuchenbrod, Shagufta Bidiwala, Shaad Bidiwala 
Music • Instrumental 

1st Place Atherton High School — Sara Riggs 
2nd Place Tates Creek High School — Naomi Marlin 
3rd Place Ballard High School — Alice Huang 

All academicians were recognized at center court in Rupp Arena during the basketball tournament. This 
event has proven that in Kentucky, education and athletics compliment and benefit each other. 



The Kentucky High School Athlete 

Official Publication of the 
Kentucky High School Athletic Association 



VOL. XLIX NO. 9 



APRIL, 1987 



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MINUTES 

OF THE 

BOARD MEETING 

March 19. 1987 



The Board of Control of the Kentucky High School 
Athletic Association met at Western Kentucky University, 
Bowling Green, Kentucky on Thursday, March 19, 1987, 
The meeting was called to order at 8:00 am by President 
Chester Turner with all the Board members, 
Commissioner Tom Mills, Executive Assistant Billy V 
Wise, Assistant Commissioners Brigid L DeVries and 
Louis Stout and Sports Information Director Julian 
Tackett present, Mr, Lloyd Redman was present 
representing the State Department of Education Mr 
Chandler gave the invocation 

President Turner called on Mrs. Mary Wathen, who 
represented her son Steve, a student at Henry Clay High 
School. Steve had transferred from Lexington Catholic 
High School and had participated in tennis The 
Commissioner had ruled this student ineligible to 
participate in athletics for a period of thirty-six school 
weeks under By-Law 5 Following Mrs Wathen's 
presentation, Grant Talbott made a motion that the 
Commissioner's ruling be overturned in this case. Sam 
Chandler seconded the motion. The motion carried 
unanimously. 

Commissioner Mills then presented a written appeal 
from Sydney W Mitchell on behalf of her son, James P. 
Hamilton, Jr. He had also transferred from Lexington 
Catholic High School to Henry Clay High School and had 
participated in tennis at the former school The 
Commissioner had ruled James ineligible to participate in 
athletics for thirty-six school weeks. Grant Talbott moved, 
seconded by Tom Buchanan, that the Commissioner's 
ruling be overturned and declare James P. Hamilton, Jr. 
eligible immediately to participate in athletics at Henry 
Clay High School. The motion carried unanimously 

Charlie Wilson moved seconded by Sam Chandler, that 
the minutes of the January 17, 1987, meeting of the Board 
be approved. The motion carried unanimously. 

Charlie Wilson moved, seconded by Charles Miller, that 
all bills of the Association for the period beginning 
January 1 and ending February 28, 1987. be approved. The 
motion carried unanimously 

Commissioner Mills announced the results of the recent 
election for new Board of Control members. Representing 
Section 2, Supt. Huston DeHaven, Breckinridge County 
Schools was elected having received 15 votes. Robie 
Harper received 1 1 votes, and Frank List received 7 votes. 
In Section 5. Assistant Supt Bill Case. Bourbon County 
Schools received a total of 29 votes while his opponent 
Mack Wallace of Augusta Schools received 10 votes. 

Executive Assistant Wise reported that $413,057. in 
ticket sales had been received through this date for the 
Boys State Basketball Tournament Advanced ticket sales 
for the Girls State Basketball Tournament had netted 
S10, 048. —both figures being ahead of last year's receipts 
at this time. 



President Turner advised the Board that he had 
contacted the basketball schools in Region IX to 
determine their support of a proposed realignment in that 
region. The proposal called for moving Dixie Heights High 
School from the 33rd District to the 34th District and to 
move Covington Holmes High School from District 34 to 
District 35. Following a discussion of the proposed 
changes and comments from representatives in that 
region, Chester Turner made a motion that the above 
proposal be approved. Ken Tippett seconded the motion 
and it passed unanimously 

A lengthy discussion ensued regarding safety 
guidelines to be followed by cheerleaders. Several Board 
members expressed their concern for cheerleader safety 
and agreed that KAPOS is doing a good job Due to the fact 
that cheerleaders are covered by K.H.S.A.A. catastrophic 
insurance, it was suggested that guidelines be included in 
the Constitution and By-Laws and be published in the 
Handbook Mr Mills agreed to submit recommended 
guidelines to the Board during the next meeting 

Commissioner Mills distributed material for the National 
Federation Annual Meeting to be held in Denver from June 
29 through July 3, 1987 

The Video Committee presented the following proposal 
for the Board's consideration 



K.H.S.A.A. VIDEOTAPING REGULATION 

I. MEDIA 

At all levels of competition, including district, regional, 
sectional, and state competition in K.H.S.A.A. sponsored 
tournaments and meets, managers are encouraged to 
make allowances for members of the television media to 
tape the contests at no charge to the media outlet, as long 
as the taping is for the sole purpose of newscast highlights 

Cable companies and other outlets desiring to tape the 
contest for delayed re-broadcast must receive the 
permission of the event manager, and the manager has the 
right to set and collect any fee which he or she may deem 
appropriate as an offset to any perceived lost ticket 
revenue. At the state level, all negotiations for rights to a 
delayed broadcast, as well as any live telecast, shall be 
initiated with the Association Sports Information Director, 
and must be approved by the Commissioner of the 
KH.S.AA All telecasts and cablecasts at levels of 
K H.S.A.A. competition other than the state final 
competition, shall be governed by the local manager. 

II. PARTICIPATING TEAMS 

At the discretion of the event manager, and if space is 
available, participating teams in K.H.S.A.A. events shall be 
allowed space, for the purpose of recording the game. If 
space is deemed to be available, the tournament manager 
has the right to designate a specific area for the purpose of 
taping, and allow taping only in that area If space is 
deemed to be not available, and the management is taping 
the events for the purpose of re-sale or archives, the 
management shall provide each participating team with a 
copy of the tape of each game in which they participate, at 
no charge. It shall be solely the determination of the event 
manager as to space availability The manager of all state 

Minutes Of The Board Meeting Continued on Page Two 



PAGE TWO 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR APRIL, 1987 



APRIL, 1987 VOL. XLIX, NO. 9 

Published monthly, except June and July, by the Kentucky 
High School Athletic Association, Office of Publication, 
560 E. Cooper Dr., P.O. Box 22280, Lexington, KY 40522. 

Third class postage paid at Richmond, Kentucky 
Acceptance for mailing at special rate of postage provided 
for in Section 1103. Act of October 3, 1917, authorized May 
3, 1926. Publication No. 293080. 

Please send notice of undelivered copies on form 3579 to: 
K.H.S.A.A., P.O. Box 22280, Lexington, Kentucky 40522. 

Editor TOM MILLS 

Assistant Editor ANNE WESLEY MAYS 

Assistant Editor BRIGID L. DeVRIES 

Assistant Editor LOUIS STOUT 

Assistant Editor BILLY V. WISE 

Assistant Editor JULIAN TACKETT 

Lexington, Kentucky 

BOARD OF CONTROL 

President - Chester Turner (1983-1987) Fort Thomas, 
Vice-President - Frank Welch (1984-1988) Belfry 
Directors - Tom Buchanan (1985-1989) Eddyville. Sam 
Chandler (1986-1990) Shelbyville, Charles Miller (1986- 
1990) Louisville. Tony dinger (1984-1989) Lexington. 
Grant Talbott (1984-1988) Owensboro. Ken Tippett (1985- 
1989) Versailles, David Webb (1983-1987) Brownsville. 
Charlie Wilson (1984-1988) Hyden. State Department ot 
Education - Lloyd Redman Louisville 
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Minutes 01 The Board Meeting Continued from Page One 

final championships is the Association Commissioner. 
Each participating school choosing to tape or film their 
event are required to sign a waiver indicating that the 
Association will be held blameless for any and all liability 
to those parties involved in the taping, and that the school 
will make no copies of the tape or film. 
Ml. FANS AND THE GENERAL PUBLIC 

The Association shall allow for the taping of K.H.S.A.A. 
sponsored competition by persons whose equipment is 
totally self-contained, and can be operated from the 
confines of the seat which the person occupies. However, 
at the discretion of the event manager, taping may be 
prohibited if attendance figures or ticket sales indicate that 
the allowance of taping would impose on the comfort and 
view of other paying patrons No support equipment, i.e., 
electric power supplies, tripods, etc. shall be allowed. The 
determination as to space availability and other technical 
requests shall be solely to the discretion of the event 
manager If space is deemed to be available, the 
tournament manager has the right to designate a specific 
area for the purpose of taping, and allow taping only in that 
area. All requests for videotape and film space at levels 
below the state championships shall be directed to the 
event manager, and his or her decision as to space 
availability shall be final. 
IV. ASSOCIATION TAPING PRIVILEGES 

The Kentucky High School Athletic Association 
reserves the right to tape any of its state championship 
rounds, and to make the tapes available in a reasonable 
amount of time and at a reasonable rate. The Association 
list of events to tape is including but not limited to, Soccer 
Semi-Final and Final Round, Volleyball Semi-Final and 
Final Round, Football Championship Games (all four 
classes), State Boys Basketball Tournament (all games), 
State Girls Basketball Tournament (all games), State 
Wrestling Championships (final rounds in each class), and 
the Mid America Classic. 



Tom Buchanan made a motion, seconded by Ken 
Tippett, that the K.H.S.A.A. Videotaping Regulation be 
accepted as presented by the Committee. The motion 
passed unanimously. 

Asst. Commissioner DeVries advised the Board that she 
had surveyed the schools with regard to a change in format 
for the State Volleyball Tournament. The new format 
called for the winner and runner-up in each region to 
advance to the State Tournament and that a single 
elimination format be used. She announced the following 
results: 36 in favor of the change, 13 opposed to the 
change. Grant Talbott made a motion, seconded by Tom 
Buchanan, that the new format be approved. The motion 
passed by a vote of 9 in favor and 1 opposed. 

Commissioner Mills then presented Proposals I through 
X and XII that will be submitted to the Delegate Assembly 
on April 17, 1987. They will appear in the May "Athlete" in 
the Minutes of the Annual Meeting. 

Charles Miller made a motion, seconded by Sam 
Chandler that the Board of Control recess until 2:00 p.m. 
C ST Saturday, March 21, 1987 

President Turner called the meeting back to order on 
Saturday. March 21 

Grant Talbott made a motion that the Board go into 
Closed Session. Charlie Wilson seconded the motion. The 
motion carried unanimously. 

Sam Chandler moved, seconded by Charlie Wilson that 
the Board go into Open Session. The motion carried 
unanimously. 

Tom Buchanan made a motion that Proposal XI be 
submitted to the Delegate Assembly (Proposal XI appears 
in the May "Athlete"). David Webb seconded the motion 
which carried unanimously. 

The date of the next meeting will be on Thursday, April 
16, 1987 at 2:00 p.m. 

Charlie Wilson made a motion to adjourn the meeting. 
Ken Tippett seconded the motion which carried 
unanimously 



* * * CORRECTION * * * 

Track Sectional Manager 

Class AAA 

Section 2: Region 3 & 4 

Scott High School — Jerry Mohr, 
Scott High School, 5400 Old Taylor Mill 
Road, Covington, 41015. 606/356-3146. 




THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR APRIL, 1987 



PAGE THREE 



CLAY COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL 
K.H.S.A.A. BOYS BASKETBALL CHAMPION 



1987 




Front Row: (L-R) David Abner, Wes Garrison, Ralph Hall, David Hacker, Terry Gray, Marty Hicks, David Blair, 
Robert Nicholason, Anthony Gilbert, Lloyd Collins, Mitch Foutch, Michael Nolan. Second Row: Eugene 
Rawlings, Richie Farmer, Kevin Jackson, Charley Robinson, Russ Farmer, Russell Chadwell. Cheerleaders: 
Andrea Moore, Laura Lou McKechnie, Angel Hoskins, Laura Lee Hollen, Rachel Hensley, Izzie Cornett, 
Jennifer Lewis, Christy Kennedy, Jennifer Smith, Amy Hensley. 



ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM 

Mark Bell Ballard 

Terry Birdsong Marshall County 

Scott Boley LaRue County 

Jerry Butler Mason County 

Russ Chadwell Clay County 

Joey Couch Paintsville 

Shawn Evans Madison Central 

Richie Farmer Clay County 

Deron Feldhaus Mason County 

Allan Houston Ballard 

Shane Lakes Madison Central 

John Pelphrey Paintsville 



BOYS STATE 




TOURNAMENT OFFICIALS 


Barry Barnes 


Rockport 


Loy Brashear 


Elizabethtown 


J Michael Carter 


Mayfield 


Ancie Casey 


Freeburn 


Jackie Ray Cupp 


London 


Randall Curry 


Horse Cave 


Rip Hatfield 


Louisville 


Dennis Jackson 


Paducah 


Burney Jenkins 


Georgetown 


Ernie Liggett 


Louisville 


Marvin Moore 


Morehead 


Dan Sullivan 


Fort Thomas 



PAGE FOUR 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR APRIL, 1987 



LAUREL COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL 
K.H.S.A.A. GIRLS BASKETBALL CHAMPION — 1987 




Front Row: (L-R) Amy Gray, Claudine Moore, Renee Deweese, Stacy Reed, Leslie Collett, Missy Irvin, Kesia 
Justice, Anissa Jones, Leslie Singleton. Second Row: Coach Rex Fredericks, Tina Robinson, Sonya Burns, 
Leslee Shoupe, Martha Bruner, Joretta Carney, Stephanie Reed, Kelly Smith, Susan Crabtree, Coach Roy 
Bowling. Cheerleaders: Kelly Pendergraft, Kellie Moore, Brittney Williams, Beth Parsley, Kim Angel, Whitney 
Greer, Jeannie Smith, Bridget Felts, (Mascot) Renee Moore. 



ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM 

Joretta Carney Laurel County 

Kelly Cook Franklin-Simpson 

Tracye Davis Henry Clay 

Stephanie Gossum Marshall County 

Kerri Hawes Ohio County 

Debbie Hoskins Harlan 

Shelia Johnson Doss 

Kim Pehlike Doss 

Kim Roberts Christian County 

Kelly Smith Laurel County 

Angel Stevens Breathitt County 

Mary Taylor Marshall County 



GIRLS STATE 


TOURNAMENT OFFICIALS 


Yvon Allen 


Hazard 


Jan Baker 


Middleiown 


Mark Curry 


Bowling Green 


Jay Davis 


Princeton 


James V Hayes 


Louisville 


Lois Holmes 


Georgetown 


Bobby Kouns 


S Portsmouth 


Danny Percell 


Elizabethtown 


John Short 


Harrodsburg 


James Stethen 


Bedford 


Dale Taylor 


Somerset 


Keith Walker 


Harrodsburg 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR APRIL, 1987 



PAGE FIVE 



BALLARD HIGH SCHOOL 
BOYS RUNNER-UP 




Front Row: (L-R) Terry Howard, Mark Bell, Eric McDullie, Jamie Trowell, Leonard Taylor, Chris Riesenberg, 
Bill Lacey, Saun Williams, Todd Howard, Scott Davenport. Second Row: Mark Bugg, Charles McDuffie, 
Kenneth Martin, Eric Gathright, Mark McCoy, Allan Houston, Matt Baxter, Darwin Drake, John Witten, Charles 
Haydon. Cheerleaders: Tracey McQuilkin, Cindy Law, Karen Miller, Julie Sampson, Rhonda Derricks, AM 
Crawford, Angie Bell, Kendra Lawrence, Nicole Fulcher, Meg Waterman. 



LOUISVILLE DOSS HIGH SCHOOL 
GIRLS RUNNER-UP 




Front Row: (L-R) Tracy Pride, Daniele Rhodes, Kim Pehlike, Erin O'Brien, Shelia Johnson. Second Row: 
Coach: Terry Keown, Stacy Bere, Denise Copper, Vanessa Brown, Kathy Jackson, Adrienne Hogan, Tanya 
Whitmer. 



PAGE SIX 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR APRIL, 1987 



1987 Kentucky State High School Boys' Basketball Tournament Results 

at Rupp Arena, Lexington, Kentucky 

March 25-28, 1987 



OWENSBORO 


55 
48 


OWENSBORO 


52 


PAINTSVILLE 


54 


BALLARD 


73 




MADISONVILLE 


PAINTSVILLE 


58 






SO 




PAINTSVILLE 


BALLARD 


61 






61 




MONTICELLO 


MASON CO. 


62 






49 




DOSS 


CLAY COUNTY 


76 






68 




MASON CO. 


BALLARD 


64 






71 




MARSHALL CO. 


CLAY CO 


78 






74 




BALLARD 


LARUE CO. 


56 


CLAY COUNTY 




68 


LARUE CO 






48 




ROWAN CO. 


CLAY CO. 


62 






80 




HIGHLANDS 


MADISON CENTRAL 


58 






90 




CLAY CO 


MADISON CENTRAL 


74 






45 




WARREN CENTRAL 










75 




MADISON CENTRAL 


OLDHAM CO 


68 






64 




OLDHAM CO 










53 




HAZARD 









1987 Kentucky State High School Girls' Basketball Tournament Results 

at Western Kentucky University, Bowling Green, Kentucky 

March 18-21, 1987 



FRANKLIN-SIMPSON 


56 


FRANKLIN-SIMPSON 


67 


FRANKLIN-SIMPSON 


- 




54 




MARSHALL CO. 


BREATHITT CO. 


53 


"A 




43 


35 




SHELBY CO 


LAUREL CO. 


50 






48 




BREATHITT CO. 


LAUREL CO. 


63 






58 


LAUREL CO. 50 




LAUREL CO. 








41 




NELSON CO 


HENRY CLAY 


59 






86 




HENRY CLAY 


DOSS 










60 






BELFRY 


CHRISTIAN CO 


39 






46 


LAUREL COUNTY 


CHRISTIAN CO 






42 




MASON CO. 


DOSS 


77 






54 


56 






MALE 


OHIO CO. 


42 


DOSS 48 






47 




DOSS 


OHIO CO. 


48 






66 




OHIO CO. 








52 




NOTRE DAME 


HARLAN 


42 






55 




ASHLAND 










60 




HARLAN 









From The Commissioner's Office ^©flf) © (§^i©? \ 



ATTENTION ALL ATHLETIC DIRECTORS 

The annual information update (blue) forms will be mailed in the next two weeks 
to the Athletic Directors. Please send these forms back to the Association as 
soon as possible. They will be mailed out again in July for final confirmation, 
in order to post your late hirings of coaches, etc. 

Also, football schedules and a special survey for football schools will also be 
mailed out in the next two weeks. It is important to return these as soon as 
possible, as well as the survey card that will be enclosed. 

SCHEDULE FOR MEDICAL SYMPOSIUMS 

Coaches in the high risk sports of Soccer, Football, Basketball, Baseball and 
Wrestling are required by the State Department of Education to annually attend 
the Medical Symposium sanctioned by the Department and sponsored by the Kentucky 
Medical Association. The schedule for this year is as follows-- 

Louisville, June 5 and 6 
Ashland, June 12 and 13 
Madisonville, June 19 and 20 
Owensboro, July 18 (one day only) 
Lexington July 24 and 25 
Northern Kentucky, July 24 and 25 

IMPORTANT CHANGE IN INSURANCE COVERAGE RELATIVE TO CHEERLEADERS 

Thus far, the Kentucky High School Athletic Association has been able to 
maintain liability and catastrophic insurance coverage for cheerleaders through 
the existing policy at no additional charge to the Association or the schools. 
In an effort to hold down the costs of insurance, the K.H.S.A.A. Board of 
Control recently adopted the following guidelines for limitations on cheerleader 
stunts which have been determined to be high risk -- 1) No mini trampolines or 
other height increasing apparatus allowed; 2) No flip dismounts from mounts 
(pyramids); 3) No knee drops; 4) No toe or thigh pitches; 5) No mount may be 
more than two people high, interpreted as follows: (a) Any person in a mount 
must have principle weight supported by a person whose principle weight support 
is the floor, (b) Additional persons used in the mount for support may not 
extend above the mount itself; 6) All maneuvers of the "swan dive" variety are 
not allowed. 

Cheerleaders are subject to the general eligibility requirements of the 
Association to participate. This includes, but is not limited to, parental 
permission, enrollment and academic requirements, and a signed physician's 
statement to the effect he/she is physically fit to take severe exercise without 
undue risk. 

These stunt limitations are only recommendations , however, cheerleaders from 
schools not adhering to these guidelines will not be covered by the blanket 
insurance plan and may have to seek additional coverage elsewhere. 



EDITORIAL CONTRIBUTIONS SOLICITED FOR NATIONAL NEWSLETTER 

Stan Steidel, Athletic Director at Dayton High School has been named to the 
Editorial Board of the Athletic Director and Coach Newsletter . This national 
publication deals with current trends and problems in athletics ranging from 
legal issues to fund raising. If you have any idea which you would like to see 
written about, or have an article you wish to submit for publication, please 
contact Stan at Dayton High School, (606)491-6565. 

OHIO STATE TO HOLD TRAINERS WORKSHOP 

Ohio State will be sponsoring a student athletic training workshop this summer 
on campus. The workshop will be held June 21-26/ For further information, 
contact Ohio State University, ATTN: Student Athletic Trainer Workshop, 410 
Woody Hayes Drive, Columbus, OH, 43210, or call Bill Davis, Assistant Athletic 
Trainer, at (614)292-1164. 

EASTERN KENTUCKY TO HOST CRAMER TRAINERS WORKSHOP 

Eastern Kentucky University will host a 1987 Basic Workshop for student 
athletic trainers in conjunction with Cramer products. The workshop is 
designed to teach junior and senior high school students the fundamentals of 
athletic injury prevention and care. The seminar runs from June 28 through 
July 1. For further information, contact Janet Lozar, (800)255-6621. 

NATIONAL STRENGTH AND CONDITIONING ASSOCIATION 

The National Strength and Conditioning Association will hold its Region II 
clinic at the Kenan Fieldhouse on the campus of the University of North 
Carolina - Chapel Hill on May 2nd and 3rd. For further information, contact 
Mike Marks or Harley Dartt (919) 966-2575. 

APPROVED DATES FOR BOYS & GIRLS STATE BASKETBALL TOURNAMENTS 1987-1992 

1987 - Girls - March 18 - 21 * Bowling Green, Kentucky 

Boys - March 25 - 28 * Rupp Arena, Lexington, Kentucky 

1988 - Boys - March 16 - 19 * Freedom Hall, Louisville, Kentucky 

Girls - March 23 - 26 * Convention Center, Frankfort, Kentucky 

1989 - Boys - March 15 - 18 * Rupp Arena, Lexington, Kentucky 

Girls - March 22 - 25 * Convention Center, Frankfort, Kentucky 

1990 - Girls - March 14 - 17 * Site to be Determined 

Boys - March 21 - 24 * Site to be Determined 

1991 - Boys - March 13 - 16 * Site to be Determined 

Girls - March 20 - 23 * Site to be Determined 

1992 - Boys - March 18 -. 21 * Site to be Determined 

Girls - March 25 - 28 * Site to be Determined 



REMINDER TO FOOTBALL SCHOOLS AND OPEN DATES 

The first playing date for football in 1987 is August 21. The first legal date 
for practice in pads is August 1. Keep this in mind in making out your 
schedules. Please remember to inform the office as to open dates and to contact 
this office when you fill an open date. At this time, we have the following 
open dates -- 

Week 1 (August 21) - Bourbon County, contact Coach John Nochta 
(606)987-2556; Bullitt East, contact Coach Keith Collins (502)538-7322; 
Fleming Neon, contact David Jones (606)855-7597; Greenup County, 
contact Dan Mercer, A.D. (606)473-7705; Madisonville North Hopkins, 
contact Jan Ireland, A.D. (502)825-6017; Marion County, contact Coach Mark 
Brown (502)692-6066; Paris, contact Randy Reese (606)987-4545 

Week 2 (August 28) - Bardstown, contact Coach Garnis Martin 
(502)348-5913; Belfry, contact Coach Philip Heywood or Paul Dotson, A.D. 
(606)353-7230; Betsy Layne, contact Coach Jack Hall or A.D. William 
Newsome, Jr. (606)478-2966; Christian County, contact Wilton Gant, A.D. 
(502)887-1100; Conner, contact Coach Joe Clark (606)689-7696; 
Danville, contact Coach Tom Duffy (606)236-7957; Eminence, contact 
Coach Steve Frommeyer (502)845-5427; Newport, contact Coach Jim Weyer 
(606)292-3051; Trigg County, contact Buddy Perry, A.D. (502)522-6072 

Week 3 (September 4) - Betsy Layne, contact Coach Jack Hall or A.D. 
William Newsome, Jr. (606)478-2966; Boyd County, contact Ed VanHoose (606) 
928-6475; Bullitt East, contact Coach Keith Collins (502)538-7322; Clay 
County, contact Coach Eugene Hensley (606)598-3737; Fleming County, 
contact Coach Ted Purcell (606)845-6601; Hopkinsville, contact Danny 
Sundberg (502)886-3384; Oldham County, contact Bob Rowland, A.D. 
(502)222-9641; Russell County, contact Coach Ron Finley (502)866-3341 

Week 4 (September 11) Boone County, contact Owen Hauck 
(606)283-2795. Boyd County, contact Ed VanHoose (606)928-6475; Fleming 
Neon, contact David Jones (606)855-7597; Green County, contact Ivan 
Curnutte (502)932-7481; Russell, contact Lafe Walter, A.D. (606)836-9650 

Week 5 (September 18) - Betsy Layne, contact Coach Jack Hall or A.D. 
William Newsome, Jr. (606)478-2966; Cathedral High (Indianapolis), contact 
Coach Michael McGinley (317)542-1481; Christian County, contact Wilton 
Gant, A.D. (502)887-1100; Dayton, contact Stan Steidel (606)261-4357; 
Green County, contact Ivan Curnutte (502)932-7481; Mayfield, contact 
Bob Sparks, A.D. (502)247-5582 

Week 6 (September 25) - Bowling Green, contact Coach Dan Haley 
(502)842-1674; Dayton, contact Stan Steidel (606)261-4357; Fleming 
Neon, contact David Jones (606)855-7597; Garrard County, contact Coach 
Steve Sullivan (606)792-2146; Holmes, contact Coach William Hina 
(606)292-5845; Owensboro Catholic, contact Bruce Embry, A.D. 
(502)684-3215; Shelby County, contact Coach Tom Bechere (502)633-2443 

Week 7 (October 2) - Franklin County, contact Coach Gary Dearborn 
(502)695-4155 after 11:45 a.m.; Marion County, contact Coach Mark Brown 
(502)692-6066 

Week 8 (October 9) - Christian County, contact Wilton Gant, A.D. 
(502)887-1100; Elkhorn City, contact Jerry Childers, A.D. (606)754-9098; 
Mayfield, contact Bob Sparks, A.D. (502)247-5582; Oldham County, 
contact Bob Rowland, A.D. (502)222-9641; Williamsburg, contact Coach Bob 
Rose (606)549-1915 



FOOTBALL OPEN DATES (continued) 

Week 9 (October 16) - Boone County, contact Owen Hauck 
(606)283-2795. Christian County, contact Wilton Gant, A.D. 
(502)887-1100; Danville, contact Coach Tom Duffy (606)236-7957; North 
Bullitt, contact Bob Wagoner (502)957-2186 

Week 10 (October 23) - Boone County, contact Owen Hauck 
(606)283-2795; Bourbon County, contact Coach John Nochta (606)987-2556; 
DeSales, contact Coach Don Hettich (502)361-1231; Glen Oak in Canton, 
Ohio, contact Ralph Ciccarelli, Athletic Administrator (216)492-7455; Owen 
County, contact Gran Mefford (502)484-2715; Owensboro Catholic, contact 
Bruce Embry, A.D. (502)684-3215; Shelby County, contact Coach Tom Bechere 
(502)633-2443; Waggener, contact Coach Bob Redman (502)454-8340 

Week 11 (October 30) Elizabethtown, contact Duke Owen, 

(502)769-3381; Holmes, contact Coach William Hina (606)292-5845; Marion 
County, contact Coach Mark Brown (502)692-6066; Middletown (OH), 
contact Jim Place (513)422-7432; Williamsburg, contact Coach Bob Rose 
(606)549-1915 

BASKETBALL OPEN DATES 

December 1, January 12, and February 19, Anderson County Boys' need games. 
Contact A.D. Larry Basham (502)839-5118 

January 5-8, 1988, 4th Annual Bath County High School New Year Classic, needs 
four boys' teams to complete the field. Contact Coach Roy Wright 
(606)674-6236 (school) or (606)674-2469 (home). 

January 27-30, 1988, Boone County High School needs one girls' team for an 
eight (8) team tournament, contact Coach Nell Hensley (606)283-2795. 

February 19 and February 26, 1988, St. Xavier, contact Paul Young (502)635-5300 

INSURANCE UPDATE 

At a recent meeting of the National Federation Insurance committee, a 
determination was finalized relative to the participation of ineligible 
participants and the related insurance coverage. It was the ruling of the 
company and the committee, that any person participating in practice or play, 
in a sport sanctioned by the state association, who is not in violation of 
state regulations regarding limitation of seasons, etc. shall be covered by 
the catastrophic insurance and the liability coverage. It is important to note 
however, that if the school, coach or team is in any way in violation of the 
state association regulations, the coverage is void. This has left a bit of 
confusion with regard to coverage for girls' soccer teams. A special 
interpretation has been requested from the Ruedlinger Companies on this issue, 
and it will be mailed to the schools when it becomes available. 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR APRIL, 1987 



PAGE SEVEN 



LAUREL COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL 




KENTUCKY STATE CHAMPIONS — Front Row: (L-R) Amy Gray, Claudine Moore, Renee Deweese, Stacy 
Reed, Leslie Collett, Missy Irvin, Kesia Jusitce, Anissa Jones, Leslie Singleton. Second Row: Coach Rex 
Fredericks, Tina Robinson, Sonya Burns, Leslie Shoupe, Martha Bruner, Joretta Carney. Stephanie Reed, Kelly 
Smith, Susan Crabtree, Coach Roy Bowling. Cheerleaders: Kelly Pendergratt, Kellie Moore, Brittney Williams, 
Beth Parsley, Kim Angel, Whitney Greer, Jeannie Smith, Bridget Felts, (Mascot) Renee Moore. 



LAUREL COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL — 56 



NOBLESVILLE — 39 



Congratulations Second Annual Mid 
America Classic Champs... 

The Cardinals and the Giants. 



MARION HIGH SCHOOL 





INDIANA STATE CHAMPIONS — First Row (L-R) Mgr. Pat Ireland, Steve Walker, Derek Barnett, Kyle 
Persinger, Lyndon Jones, Robert Stanley, Mgr. Errol Randle. Second Row (L-R): Asst. Coach Mel Wysong, Eric 
Persinger, Daric Keys, Coach Bill Green, Scott Hunt, Eric Ewer, Jay Edwards, Asst. Coach Ray Sims. 



MARION HIGH SCHOOL — 90 



CLAY COUNTY — 71 



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STATE TRACK 
MEET INFORMATION 



Friday, May 29, 1987. 

Practice Schedule: The Shively Track will be open for 
practice all day for those who wish to use it 

Team Packets: Team packets and numbers can be 
picked up from 5:00-6:00 p.m mfrontoftheShivelySports 
Center Building or Saturday morning. May 30. from 8:00- 
9:30 am at the gate to the track 

Coaches Meeting: There will be a coaches and officials 
meeting at 6:00 p.m. at the Shively Sports Center, Room 
102 on Friday, May 29. 1987 

NOTE The 800m Relay will be run in lanes all the way. 

SCHEDULE OF EVENTS FOR K.H.S.A.A. 

STATE TRACK MEET 

Classes A, AA, AAA Boys - Classes A, AA, AAA Girls 

FINALS - Saturday, May 30, 1987 

10 00 — A Girls 100m Low Hurdles 
10:05 — AA Girls 100m Low Hurdles 
10.10 — AAA Girls 100m Low Hurdles 
10 20 — A Boys 110m High Hurdles 
10:25 — AA Boys 110m High Hurdles 
10:30 — AAA Boys 110m High Hurdles 
10 40 — A Girls 100m Dash 
10:45 — AA Girls 100m Dash 
10:50 — AAA Girls 100m Dash 
10.55 — A Boys 100m Dash 
11:00 — AA Boys 100m Dash 
11:05 — AAA Boys 100m Dash 
11:10 — A Girls 800m Relay 
11:18— AA Girls 800m Relay 
11:26— AAA Girls 800m Relay 
11:34 — A Boys 1600m Run 
11:42— AA Boys 1600m Run 
11.50 — AAA Boys 1600m Run 
11:58 — A Girls 1600m Run 
12 06 — AA Girls 1600m Run 
12:14 — AAA Girls 1600m Run 
12:22 — A Boys 400m Relay 
12:28 — AA Boys 400m Relay 
12:34 — AAA Boys 400m Relay 
12:40 — A Girls 400m Relay 
12:46 — AA Girls 400m Relay 
12 52 — AAA Girls 400m Relay 

LUNCH BREAK 
1.30 — A Boys 400m Dash 
1.35 — AA Boys 400m Dash 
1:40 — AAA Boys 400m Dash 
1:45 — A Girls 400m Dash 
1:50 — AA Girls 400m Dash 
1:55 — AAA Girls 400m Dash 
2:00 — A Boys 300m Low Hurdles 
2:05 — AA Boys 300m Low Hurdles 
2:10 — AAA Boys 300m Low Hurdles 
2:15 — A Girls 300m Low Hurdles 
2:20 — AA Girls 300m Low Hurdles 
2:25 — AAA Girls 300m Low Hurdles' 
2:30 — A Boys 800m Run 
2:35 — AA Boys 800m Run 
2:40 — AAA Boys 800m Run 
2:45 — A Girls 800m Run 
2:50 — AA Girls 800m Run 
2:55 — AAA Girls 800m Run 
3:00 — A Boys 200m Dash 
3:05 — AA Boys 200m Dash 



3 10 - 
3:15 ■ 
3:20 - 
3:25 ■ 
3.30 

3 45 ■ 
4.00 ■ 
4:15 ■ 

4 30 

4 45 
5:00 
5:08 

5 16 
5 24 
5 32 
5.40 
COO 



AAA Boys 200m Dash 
A Girls 200m Dash 
AA Girls 200m Dash 
AAA Girls 200m Dash 
A Boys 3200m Run 
AA Boys 3200m Run 
AAA Boys 3200m Run 
A Girls 3200m Run 
AA Girls 3200m Run 
AAA Girls 3200m Run 
A Boys 1600m Relay 
AA Boys 1600m Relay 
AAA Boys 1600m Relay 
A Girls 1600m Relay 
AA Girls 1600m Relay 
AAA Girls 1600m Relay 
AWARDS 



FIELD EVENTS 



SHOT 

9:00 - AAA Boys 
10 30 - A Boys 
12:00 — AA Boys 

1:30— AAA Girls 

3 00 — A Girls 

4 30 - AA Girls 

POLE VAULT 

9:00 — AAA Boys 
12.00 — A Boys 
3:00 — AA Boys 



9:00 — A Boys 
10 30 — AAA Boys 
12:00 — AA Boys 



DISCUS 

9 00- AAA Girls 
10 00- A Girls 
12 00- AA Girls 

1 30 — AAA Boys 

3 00 — A Boys 
4:30 — AA Boys 

TRIPLE JUMP 

12 00 — A Boys 

2 00 — AAA Boys 

4 00 — AA Boys 

LONG JUMP 

1 30 — AAA Girls 
3:00 — A Girls 
4 30 — AA Girls 



HIGH JUMP 

9 00 — AAA Girls 1 30 — AAA Boys 

10 30 — A Girls 3 00 — A Boys 

12.00 - AA Girls 4:30 — AA Boys 



SPORTSMANSHIP 

IS IN THE FAST TRACK 

RUN FOR IT 




National Mascot of High School Sports 



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PAGE NINE 



1987 BASEBALL INFORMATION 

District and Regional Sites and Managers 



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DISTRICTS 

DISTRICT 1: Athletic Director James Walker, Paducah Tilghman 

High School, 2400 Washington Street, Paducah, Kentucky 42001. 

DISTRICT 2: Principal David Roof, St. Mary High School, 1243 

Elmdale, Paducah, Kentucky 42001. 

DISTRICT 3: Principal Burley Mathis, Carlisle County High School, 

Route 3, Bardwell, Kentucky 42023 

DISTRICT 4: Athletic Director Bob Sparks, Mayfield High School, 

700 Douthitt St., Mayfield. Kentucky 42071 

DISTRICTS: Athletic Director Wilton Gant, Christian County High 

School, Glass Avenue. Hopkinsville, Kentucky 42240. 

DISTRICT 6: Athletic Director Kent Barnes. Crittenden County 

High School, Salem Road. Box 311. Marion, Kentucky 42064. 

DISTRICT 7: Baseball Coach Stephen A. Patterson, Madisonville - 

North Hopkins, U.S. 41 North. Madisonville, Kentucky 42431. 

DISTRICT 8: Athletic Director Lewis Snowden. Henderson High 

School. 2424 Zion Road. Henderson, Kentucky 42420. 

DISTRICT 9: Athletic Director Dale Stewart, Apollo High School, 

2280 Tamarack Road, Owensboro, Kentucky 42301 

DISTRICT 10: Athletic Director Jim Price. Muhlenberg Central 

High School. Powderly, Kentucky 42367 

DISTRICT 11: Principal Ted White, Grayson County High School, 

Route 5, Leitchfield, Kentucky 42754 

DISTRICT 12: Athletic Director, Jake Russell, Ohio County High 

School, Highway 231 South, Hartford, Kentucky 42347. 

DISTRICT 13: Athletic Director Bob Birdwhistell, Logan County 

High School, Route 6, Russellville. Kentucky 42276 

DISTRICT 14: Athletic Director Don Webb. Bowling Green High 

School, 1801 Rockingham Lane. Bowling Green, Kentucky 42101. 

DISTRICT 15: Athletic Director Coy Meadows, Glasgow High 

School, Columbia Ave., Glasgow, Kentucky 42141. 

DISTRICT 16: Athletic Director Gary Richardson, Metcalfe County 

High School. Glasgow Road.Box379. Edmonton, Kentucky 42129. 

DISTRICT 17: Athletic Director Duke Owen, Elizabethtown High 

School. Panther Lane, Elizabethtown, Kentucky 42701 

DISTRICT 18: Athletic Director Phillip Eason, LaRue County High 

School, Route 1, Hodgenville, Kentucky 42748 

DISTRICT 19: Athletic Director Tom Hamilton, Washington 

County High School. Lincoln Park Road, Springfield, Kentucky 

40069 

DISTRICT 20: Athletic Director Charles Waddle, Taylor County 

High School, Ingram Avenue. Campbellsville, Kentucky 42718. 

DISTRICT 21: Athletic Director Doug Hash. Southwest Christian, 

10301 Deering Road, Louisville, Kentucky 40272 

DISTRICT 22: Athletic Director Nelson Nunn, Holy Cross High 

School, 5144 Dixie Highway, Louisville, Kentucky 40216 

DISTRICT 23: Athletic Director Tasso Harris, Valley High School, 

10200 Dixie Highway, Louisville, Kentucky 40272. 

DISTRICT 24: Athletic Director Jim Watkins, Southern High 

School. 8620 Preston Highway. Louisville. Kentucky 40218. 

DISTRICT 25: Athletic Director Paul Young, St. Xavier High 

School, 1609 Poplar Level Road, Louisville, Kentucky 40217. 

DISTRICT 26: Athletic Director Jay Phillips, Atherton High School, 

3000 Dundee Road, Louisville, Kentucky 40205 

DISTRICT 27: Athletic Director Bob Moreland, Jeffersontown High 

School, 9600 Old Six Mile Road, Jeffersontown, Kentucky 40299. 

DISTRICT 28: Athletic Director Jim Swart, Eastern High School, 

12400 Old Shelbyville Road, Louisville, Kentucky 40243 

DISTRICT 29: Athletic Director, Spencer County High School, Ky 

55 Box 849. Taylorsville, Kentucky 40071. 

DISTRICT 30: Athletic Director Rod Cloyd. Shelby County High 

School. Rocket Lane. US 60 West, Shelbyville, Kentucky 40065 

DISTRICT 31: Athletic Director Henry Williams, Carroll County 

High School, P.O. Box 365, Carrollton, Kentucky 41008 

DISTRICT 32: Athletic Director John Crigler, Scott County High 

School. 1036 Long Lick Pike. Georgetown, Kentucky 40324. 

DISTRICT 33: Athletic Director Owen Hauck, Boone County High 

School. 7056 Burlington Pike, Florence, Kentucky 41042 

DISTRICT 34: Athletic Director James Weyer, Newport High 
School, 900 East Sixth Street, Newport, Kentucky 41071. 
DISTRICT 35: 



DISTRICT 36: Athletic Director Jack Kaelin, Covington Catholic 

High School, 1600 Dixie Highway. Covington, Kentucky 41011. 

DISTRICT 37: Athletic Director Bobby Jenkins, Harrison County 

High School. Webster Avenue Extension, Cynthiana. Kentucky 

41031. 

DISTRICT 38: Principal Joe Seavers, Bracken County High 

School, Box 128, Brooksville, Kentucky 41004. 

DISTRICT 39: Principal Joe Dan Gold. Fleming County High 

School, Route 2, Flemingsburg, Kentucky 41041 

DISTRICT 40: Athletic Director Ray Snowden, Estill County High 

School, Winchester Road, Irvine, Kentucky 40336. 

DISTRICT 41: Athletic Director Harold Miller, Western Hills High 

School. 100 Doctors Drive. Frankfort, Kentucky 40601. 

DISTRICT 42: Athletic Director Steve Parker, Bryan Station High 

School, 866 Edgeworth Dr., Lexington, Kentucky 40505 

DISTRICT 43: Athletic Director Stephen Riddle. Berea High 

School. Ellipse Street. Berea. Kentucky 40403. 

DISTRICT 44: Baseball Coach Ed Rail, Boyle County High School, 

Perryville Road, Danville. Kentucky 40422. 

DISTRICT 45: Athletic Director Alvis Johnson, Harrodsburg High 

School, East Lexington Road, Harrodsburg, Kentucky 40330. 

DISTRICT 46: Athletic Director Darrell Denny, McCreary Central 

High School, H.C. 69. Box 28. Stearns, Kentucky 42647 

DISTRICT 47: Athletic Director John Cain, Somerset High School, 

College Street, Somerset. Kentucky 40501 

DISTRICT 48: Athletic Director Beve Jones. Clay County High 

School. 239 Richmond Road. Manchester, Kentucky 40962 

DISTRICT 49: Athletic Director Ray Tipton, Corbin High School, 

19th & Snyder Streets. Corbin, Kentucky 40701. 

DISTRICT 50: Athletic Director Tom Stapleton, Middlesboro High 

School, 4400 West Cumberland Avenue. Middlesboro, Kentucky 

40965. 

DISTRICT 51: Athletic Director Wallace Napier. Jr.. Evarts High 

School, P.O Box 7, Main St., Evarts. Kentucky 40828. 

DISTRICT 52: Principal David Jones, Fleming-Neon High School, 

Box 367, Neon, Kentucky 41840. 

DISTRICT 53: Athletic Director Cecil Hoskins, Leslie County High 

School, Box 970, Hyden, Kentucky 41749. 

DISTRICT 54: Athletic Director Tommy Hall, Knott County Central 

High School, P.O Box 819, Hindman, Kentucky 41822. 

DISTRICT 55: Athletic Director Daryl Hogan, Lee County High 

School. Fairground Ridge. Box 97, Beattyville, Kentucky 41311. 

DISTRICT 56: Athletic Director Alvin Ratliff, Johnson Central High 

School, Route 23, Box 530, Paintsville, Kentucky 41240 

DISTRICT 57: Principal Don Daniels, Allen Central High School, 

Main Street, Eastern, Kentucky 41622. 

DISTRICT 58: Athletic Director Ken Trivette, Pikeville High School. 

116 North Mayo Trail, Pikeville, Kentucky 41501 

DISTRICT 59: Athletic Director Ken Trivette, Pikeville High School, 

1 16 North May Trail, Pikeville, Kentucky 41501 

DISTRICT 60: Baseball Coach Larry Hardin. Rowan County High 

School, Route 5, Morehead, Kentucky 41169 

DISTRICT 61: Principal Maurice Reeder, Jr., Lewis County High 

School, P.O. Box 99, Vanceburg, Kentucky 41 179 

DISTRICT 62: Principal John Stephens, Raceland High School, 

Ram Drive, Raceland, Kentucky 41169. 

DISTRICT 63: Athletic Director Randy Williams, Paul Blazer High 

School, Blazer Boulevard, Ashland, Kentucky 41101 



REGIONS 
REGION 1: Athletic Director James Walker. Paducah Tilghman 
High School. 2400 Washington Street, Paducah, Kentucky 
42001. 

REGION 2: Athletic Director Lewis Snowden. Henderson County 
High School. 2424 Zion Road, Henderson. Kentucky 42420. 
REGION 3: Athletic Director Jack Hicks, Owensboro High School, 
1800 Frederica St., Owensboro, Kentucky 42301 
REGION 4: Athletic Director Don Webb, Bowling Green High 
School. 1801 Rockingham Ln., Bowling Green, Kentucky 42101. 



Baseball Information Continued on Page Eleven 



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1987 SOFTBALL INFORMATION 

District and Regional Sites and Managers 



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DISTRICTS 
DISTRICT 1: Athletic Director Tommy Brown. Heath High School, 

Route 1, West Paducah, Kentucky 42086 

DISTRICT 2: Athletic Director Sam Workman, Ballard Memorial 

High School, Route 1, Barlow, Kentucky 42021 

DISTRICT 3: Athletic Director Bob Sparks, Mayfield High school, 

700 Douthitt Street. Mayfield, Kentucky 42066 

DISTRICT 4: Athletic Director Wilton Gant. Christian County High 

School. Glass Ave.. Hopkmsville. Kentucky 42240 

DISTRICT 5: Athletic Director Larry Lock. Livingston Central High 

School. Hwy 60-Box 367, Smithland, Kentucky 42081. 

DISTRICT 6: Athletic Director Lonnie Burgette. South Hopkins 

High School. Route 1. Nortonville, Kentucky 42442 

DISTRICT 7: Athletic Director Jim Crouse. Providence High 

School. Cedar St.. Providence. Kentucky 42450 

DISTRICT 8: Athletic DirectorWayne Wright. DaviessCounty High 

School. 4255 New Hartford Rd , Owensboro, Kentucky 42301. 

DISTRICT 9: Athletic Director Ken Arbuckle. Bremen High School. 

Bremen. Kentucky 42325 

DISTRICT 10: Athletic Director Jackie Jewell. Hancock County 

High School. Route 1, Lewisport. Kentucky 42351 

DISTRICT 11: Athletic Director Don Hayes. McLean County High 

School, Highway 136 Box 70, Calhoun, Kentucky 42327 

DISTRICT 12: Athletic Director C J Ramsey. Barren County High 

School. Rt 6. Glasgow. Kentucky 42141 

DISTRICT 13: Athletic Director Don Webb. Bowling Green High 

School. 1801 Rockingham Lane. Bowling Green. Kentucky 42101 

DISTRICT 14: Principal Hurshel Toms. Metcalfe County High 

School. Glasgow Road. Edmonton, Kentucky 42129 

DISTRICT 15: Coach Mark Brown. Marrion County High School. 

Route 3, Lebanon. Kentucky 40033 

DISTRICT 16: Athletic Director Duke Owen. Ehzabethtown High 

School. Panther Lane, Elizabethtown. Kentucky 42701 

DISTRICT 17: Athletic Director Gene Best, Caverna High School. 

Route 2. Horse Cave. Kentucky 42749. 

DISTRICT 18: Athletic Director Earl J Henderson. Central High 

School. 1130 W Chestnut. Louisville, Kentucky 40203. 

DISTRICT 19: Athletic Director Nelson Nunn, Holy Cross High 

School. 5144 Dixie Highway, Louisville, Kentucky 40216 

DISTRICT 20: Athletic Director Butch Greschel, Fairdale high 

School. 1001 Fairdale Road. Fairdale. Kentucky 40118 

DISTRICT 21: Athletic Director Jim Watkms. Southern High 

School. 8620 Preston Hiqhway. Louisville. Kentucky 40218 

DISTRICT 22: Athletic Director Leslie Scully. Mercy Academy. 

1176 East Broadway. Louisville. Kentucky 40204 

DISTRICT 23: Athletic Director Darrell Fox, Seneca High School. 

3510 Goldsmith Lane. Louisville, Kentucky 40220 

DISTRICT 24: Athletic Director Bennie Howell, Fern Creek High 

School, 9115 Fern Creek Rd . Louisville, Kentucky 40291 

DISTRICT 25: Athletic Director Jim Swart. Eastern High School, 

12400 Old Shelbyville Rd., Louisville. Kentucky 40243. 

DISTRICT 26: Athletic Director Keith Collins, Bullitt East High 

School. Highway 44 E, Mt Washington. Kentucky 40047 

DISTRICT 27: Athletic Director Dr Henry Williams, Carroll County 

High School. P O. Box 365, Carrollton, Kentucky 41008 

DISTRICT 28: Athletic Director John Crigler, Scott County High 

School. 1036 Long Lick Pike, Georgetown. Kentucky 40324. 

DISTRICT 29: 



DISTRICT 36: Athletic Director Larry Yeager. Mercer County High 
School. 937 Moberly Rd Harrodsburg. Kentucky 40330 
DISTRICT 37: Athletic Director Clemons Bundy. Laurel County 
High School. 1705 South Mam St., London. Kentucky 40741. 
DISTRICT 38: Athletic Director Donald Humble. Wayne County 
High School, R #4. Monticello. Kentucky 42633 
DISTRICT 39: Athletic Director Wallace Napier. Jr. Evarts High 
School. P.O. Box 7. Main Street, Evarts, Kentucky 40828 
DISTRICT 40: Athletic Director Tommy Hall. Knott County Central 
High School, PO Box 819. Hmdman. Kentucky 41822. 
DISTRICT 41: Coach Terry Ostermann. Jackson County High 
School. Box 427. McKee, Kentucky 40447. 

DISTRICT 42: Danny Mercer. Greenup County High School. PO 
Box 4011. Greenup. Kentucky 41144 

DISTRICT 43: Athletic Director, Ken Trivette. Pikeville High 
School. 116 North Mayo Trail, Pikeville. Kentucky 41501 



REGIONS 

REGION 1: Athletic Director Cary Miller. Murray High School. 501 

Doran Ave , Murray, Kentucky 42240 

REGION 2: Athletic Director Wilton Gant. Christian County High 

School. Glass Ave . Hopkmsville. Kentucky 42301. 

REGION 3: Athletic Director Wayne Wright. Daviess County High 

School. 4255 New Hartford Rd , Owensboro. Kentucky 42301. 

REGION 4: Athletic Director Don Webb, Bowling Green High 

School. 1801 Rockingham Lane. Bowling Green, Kentucky 42101 

REGION 5: Athletic Director Kenney Tabb, East Hardin high 

School, Glendale. Kentucky 42740 

REGION 6: Athletic Director Butch Greschel. Fairdale High 

School. 1001 Fairdale Road. Fairdale. Kentucky 40118 

REGION 7: Athletic Director Jay Levme. Male High School. 91 1 S 

Brook St . Louisville. Kentucky 40203. 

REGION 8: Athletic Director Dr Henry Williams. Carroll County 

High School. P O Box 365. Carrollton. Kentucky 41008 

REGION 9: 

REGION 10: Athletic Director. Larry Yeager. Mercer County High 
School, 937 Moberly Road, Harrodsburg, Kentucky 40330. 
REGION 11: Athletic Director Clemmons Bundy. Laurel County 
High School. 1705 So. Main St., London, Kentucky 40741 
REGION 12: Athletic Director Ken Trivette, Pikeville High School. 
116 N Mayo Trail, Pikeville, Kentucky 41501. 



O 



1986-87 Approved 
Softball Officials 



The following Softball officials have qualified for the 
rating of APPROVED as a result of theNational Federation 
Examination: 



DISTRICT 30: 



DISTRICT 31: Athletic Director Don Afterk'irk, Dixie Heights High 

School. 3010 Dixie Highway, Ft. Mitchell, Kentucky 41017 

DISTRICT 32: Athletic Director Joe Seavers, Bracken County High 

Box 128. Brooksville, Kentucky 41004. 

DISTRICT 33: Principal Dr. Russell Bowen. Estill County High 

School, Winchester Road, Irvine, Kentucky 40336 

DISTRICT 34: Athletic Director Karen Vanover, Lafayette High 

School. 400 Reed Lane, Lexington, Kentucky 40503. 

DISTRICT 35: Athletic Director Joe Crouse. Jessamine County 

High School, Route 4, Nicholasville, Kentucky 40356. 



James L. Bailey 

David L. Burke 

Cathy Clarke 

Donnie Cowan 

Susan Crumrine 

Kent Killingham 

Mike Duncan 

Edward Gentry 

Michael R. Griffith 

Jerry B. Hancock 

Ronnie Harper 

Linda Howard 



Wayne Keen 

Kenneth E. Leggett, Jr. 

Williams J. Miller 

David M. Mischler 

Jim Price 

Fred Purvis 

Andrew J. Strain 

Michael A. Thomas 

Ronald B. Vaughn 

David A. White 

Windel E. Wooton 

James Michael Wynn 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR APRIL, 1987 



PAGE ELEVEN 



Baseball Information Continued from Page Nine 

REGION 5: Principal Ray Story. North Hardin High School. 801 
South Logsdon Parkway. Radcliff, Kentucky 40160. 
REGION 6: Athletic Director Tasso Harris, Valley High School, 
10200 Dixie Highway. Louisville, Kentucky 40272 
REGION 7: Athletic Director Bob Morehead, Jeffersontown High 
School, 9600 Old Six Mile Lane. Jeffersontown, Kentucky 40299 
REGION 8: Athletic Director Dr Henry Williams. Carroll County 
High School, P.O. Box 365, Carrollton, Kentucky 41008 
REGION 9: Athletic Director Jim Weyer. Newport High School. 301 
East Sixth Street, Newport, Kentucky 41071 
REGION 10: Athletic Director Bobby Jenkins. Harrison County 
High School, Webster Avenue Extension, Cynthiana Kentucky 
41031 

REGION 11: Athletic Director Bill Hill, Woodford County High 
School, Frankfort Street, Versailles, Kentucky 40383. 
REGION 12: Athletic Director John Cain. Somerset High School, 
College Street. Somerset, Kentucky 42501 

REGION 13: Principal Ray Tipton, Corbin High School, 19th & 
Snyder Street, Corbin, Kentucky 40701 

REGIO 14: Athletic Director Lonnie Morris. Powell County High 
School, P.O. Box 488, Stanton. Kentucky 40380 
REGION 15: Athletic Director Ken Tnvette. Pikeville High School, 
1 16 North Mayo Trail, Pikeville, Kentucky 41501 
REGION 16: Baseball Coach Larry Hardin, Rowan County High 
School. Route 5, Morehead, Kentucky 40351. 

SEMI-STATE 
SEMI-STATE 1: Athletic Director Jack Hicks, Owensboro High 
School, 1800 Fredenca St., Owensboro. Kentucky 42301 
SEMI-STATE 2: Athletic Director Russ Kline. Pleasure Ridge Park 
High School. 5901 Greenwood Road. Louisville. Kentucky 40258. 
SEMI-STATE 3: Athletic Director Bobby Jenkins, Harrison County 
High School. Webster Ave . Cynthiana. Kentucky 41031. 
SEMI-STATE 4: Athletic Director Ken Tnvette. Pikeville High 
School. 116 N. Mayo Trail, Pikeville, Kentucky 410501 
STATE FINALS: Phil D Owen, A D . Elizabethtown High School. 
Panther Lane, Elizabethtown, Kentucky 42701 




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1986-87 Approved 

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The following Baseball officials have qualified for the 
ratings for APPROVED or CERTIFIED as a result of the 
National Federation Examination: 



APPR 

Abell, David W. 
Armstrong, Rodney 
Bailey, Charles E 
Bailey, James L. 
Banks, Jr., Lillian 
Carter, Michael Anthony 
Caudill, Billy M. 
Coleman, Clarence R. 
Cox, Michelle 
Cox, Shannon J. 
Crumrine, Susan F. 
Dugan. Pat 
Duvall, Danny 
Easterling, Hager 
Edwards, Ken D. 
Feeney, Joseph 
Harper, Ronnie 
Henderson, James L. 
Henegar, James W. 
Hill, William Roger 
James, Joseph Paul 
Jones, Daniel Lee 
Jones, Jr., Spurgeon L 
Joyce, Andrew K. 
Keene, Wayne 
Klumb, Jr., Charles 
Lawson, Eddie H. 
Leggett, Jr., Kenneth E. 
McCallum, Larry R. 
McGregor. Monte Alan 
Meade, Jr., Charles E 
Morgan, Charles 
Newsome, Jeffery K. 
Page, Ricky 



OVED 

Powell, James D. 
Price, Jim 
Purvis, Fred 
Rice, Oscar 
Rogers, Edwin Lee 
Scott, Paul J. 
Tackett, Layne 
Thacker, Todd 
Tomerlin, Michael A 
Truitt, Benjamin 
Wallace, Andre T 
Whitehead, Mark 
Woosley, William Travis 
Alexander, Carlton Lee 
Brewer, Preston E 
Combs, John E. 
Dorris. James Allen 
Drake, II, John E. 
Elkin, Jack Michael 
Ford, John W 
Jordon. Walter L. 
Lewis, Joseph Catron 
Maxey, Richard E 
McGuire, Jr., Billy 
Myers, Stephen E 
Sammons, Tim 
Sibert, Jr., Charles L. 
Snyder, Jr., John E. 
Thomas, Michael A. 
Tinsley, R. Steve 
Turley, Jr . Roy M 
White, David A. 
Wolf, Eric 



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State Championships 



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SOFTBALL 



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June 4-5 




TENNIS 



Lyndon Recreation Center 

Louisville 

May 29 - 30 



University of Kentucky 
June 4-6 



GOLF 



Girls - Elizabethtown Country Club 
Boys - Lincoln Trails Country Club 



June 2 - 3 




TRACK 



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May 30 



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9-11-1, 2 



10-1, 2, 3 Pen. 
10-3-6 Pen. 




BASKETBALL RULE DIFFERENCES 
ANNOUNCED FOR 1987-88 SEASON 

Adopted the 3-point filed goal for all states at 19 feet 9 inches. 

Players are allowed to occupy only marked lane spaces or are required to be behind 
the 3-point arc and the free throw line extended. 

Deleted combination holding/dribbling closely-guarded count in midcourt and 
deleted new dribbling count when advancing from midcourt to forecourt. 

All technical fouls carry a penalty of 2 free throws. 

The technical foul is also charged to the head coach for squad members dunking and 
grasping ring durig pre-game or intermission. 



4-12-2C 

4-1-5; 4-8; 
6-3-1 



EDITORIAL AND CLARIFICATIONS 

Deleted one act which previously ended a dribble. 
Defined possession arrow and when it is set and reversed. 



7-5-9 Following free throws for a flagrant personal foul the ball is awarded out-of-bounds 

nearest the foul. 



10-4-lg 



Substitutes shall be seated whether the clock is running or stopped. 



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2-15-5; 3-3-3; 4-15-8; 4-20; 7-5-5; 10-1-3, 4, 5; 10-5-4; 10-6 Pen. lb. 
Comments on Rules - Padding Specifications 



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1. Resuming Play After a Time-Out or Intermission 

2. Substitution Procedures 




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Directions: 

1. Point (A) is the middle of the lane and center of the basket 
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3. Use point (A) as a pivot and mark the 2-inch arc 19-feet 9- 
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4. Use the same color line as the semicircle. 

5. The 3-point arc will become part of the existing line at the top of 
the key. 

NOTE: If you are using existing lines, point (C) may not be 
exactly 19 feet 9 inches from point (A). If it is not exact, be 
sure the 3-point line is the same as the top of the free 
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Cocaine Addiction 



"TargeT 

(j@; HELPING STUDENTS COPE 
WITH ALCOHOL AND DRUGS 



Many people think they know the facts 
about cocaine. Some even think it is safe 
to use. Actually, as many have found out, 
cocaine is a dangerous, addictive drug. 

What is cocaine? 

Cocaine in its pure form is a white crystal- 
line powder extracted from the leaves of 
the South American coca plant. The drug 
sold on the street is a mixutre of the pure 
substance (cocaine hydrochloride) and 
various adulterants added to increase 
the quantity, for the seller's profit. 

How is cocaine being used? 

Most users "snort" cocaine, that is, they 
sharply inhale the powdered mixture. 
Another form of the drug called "free- 
base" is made by chemically converting the 
street drug into a basic form that can be 
smoked. Smoking freebase is an espec- 
ially dangerous practice. 

Which type of use is most dan- 
gerous? 

The use of cocaine is risky in all forms. As 
with any drug, the risks vary depending 
on the amount, how it is used, the setting 
of use, and individual sensitivity. Risks 
increase as the amount and frequency of 
use increase. When cocaine is smoked, 
very large doses reach the brain within 
seconds, increasing the risks. Injecting 
cocaine carries the additional hazards of 
serious infection and possible adverse 
reactions to the impure injected mixture. 
When "snorted," even small amounts of 
cocaine in sensitive individuals may be 
enough to cause convulsions that can 
result in heart and respiratory failure, and 
death. 

Do adulterants increase the risks in 
cocaine use? 

Yes. Cocaine adulterants and cocaine 
substitutes in common use increase the 
hazards of taking an already risky drug. 
The user cannot monitor the dosage of 
the drug taken. The cocaine that ends up 
in the hands of the consumer ranges 
widely from 30% to 95% pure and some 
of the adulterants are dangerous as well. 

Can people become dependent on 
cocaine? 

Yes. Cocaine is an addicitive drug. Re- 
searchers have found that an addicted 
animal will prefer cocaine to food even if 
starved. Sometimes people who have 
been using the drug over a period of time 
continue to use it just to feel "normal," or 
to avoid the severe depression and 
fatigue that occurs when they try to stop 
using the drug. Virtually no one who 
becomes addicted to cocaine ever thought 
they would. 



What are the immediate effects of 
cocaine? 

When cocaine is "snorted," the effects 
begin within a few minutes, peak in 1 5 or 
20 minutes, and disappear within an 
hour. The immediate effects include 
dilated pupils, increases in blood pres- 
sure, heart rate, breathing rate, and body 
temperature. The user usually feels a 
sense of well-being and may feel more 
energetic or alert. 

Does cocaine get rid of depression? 

Once the initial euphoria wears off, in 
about 30 minutes, users are likely to feel 
more down, more depressed than when 
they started. The higher the high, the 
lower the low. There's even a name for 
the low: the "coke blues." People often 
get caught in "binge and crash" cycles 
when they use cocaine and take other 
drugs to get rid of the depression that 
follows the short-lived cocaine "high." 
Users often get caught in a down cycle of 
needing more and more of the drug just 
to feel "normal." 

Does cocaine improve concentra- 
tion and performance? 

Some users report that cocaine, like 
other stimulants, increases their concen- 
tration and improves performance in a 
variety of tasks. No objective 
evidence supports these reports. More- 
over, cocaine is a short-acting drug, and 
within an hour, a person not only feels 
less alert, but more anxious, tired, or 
depressed than before. 
Does cocaine enhance sexual plea- 
sure? 

Cocaine may initially seem to act as an 
aphrodisiac, probably because of its 
initial psychological effects as well as its 
actions on the sympathetic nervous 
system. However, when used on a 
regular basis, cocaine can produce 
complete sexual dysfunction. 

What about long-term psycho- 
logical effects? 

After weeks and months of regular 
binging, the user is "coked out." Depres- 
sion can become chronic, and halluci- 
nations and signs of psychosis may 
appear. Earlier signs of trouble are in- 
creased irritability, short temper, and 
paranoia. Some users have difficulty con- 
centrating or remembering things, lose 
interest in sex, or have panic attacks. 

How does cocaine affect the heart? 

A large dose, or even a moderate dose 
under some conditions, can overtax the 
heart and may be fatal. Regular use of 
cocaine can cause heart palpitations, 



angina, arrhythmia, and even a heart 
attack. 

What are the effects of cocaine on 
the brain? 

Cocaine use results in an overstim- 
ulation of neurotransmitters in the brain. 
These neurotransmitters act as chemical 
messengers controlling behavior and 
mood and are responsible for the drug's 
effect. 

Is it dangerous to use cocaine in 
combination with other drugs? 

Yes. Alcohol and marijuana are the most 
common substances used with cocaine, 
either simultaneously or consecutively. 
Combining cocaine with depressants 
such as heroin, barbiturates or seda- 
tives, as in a cocaine-heroin "speedball," 
may result in the build-up of either drug 
to seriously toxic levels. Since cocaine 
has stimulant effects itself, combining it 
with other stimulants can be especially 
dangerous. Local anesthetics, hazar- 
dous in themselves, are common co- 
caine adulterants. 

Do withdrawal symptoms occur 
when people stop using cocaine? 

Yes. The withdrawal effects from stop- 
ping cocaine use are not as easy to see 
as heroin withdrawal symptoms, but they 
are just as real. Symptoms of cocaine 
withdrawal include exhaustion, irrita- 
bility, sleepiness, loss of energy, depres- 
sion, and an intense craving for more 
cocaine. 

Is there a cure for cocaine depen- 
dence? 

Most severely dependent cocaine users 
require help in order to stop using 
cocaine. Cocaine dependence is a per- 
sistent and devastating experience. No 
one can predict which cocaine users will 
run into serious trouble. Users may be 
unaware of or deny the negative effects 
of the drug because they are addicted. 
Treatment can be prolonged and costly 
and craving may persist for long periods. 
The most common reasons given for 
entering treatment are financial and 
family problems. 

How much does a cocaine habit 
cost? 

The cost of a cocaine habit ranges from 
$200 to $3000 weekly. Users can also 
pay the additional price of damaged 
health, career, and personal life. No 
matter who you are, cocaine costs too 
much? 

Reprinted from the West Virginia 
"Interscholastic" 



The Kentucky High School Athlete 

Official Publication of the 
Kentucky High School Athletic Association 



VOL. XLIXNO. 10 



MAY, 1987 



$5.00 PER YEAR 



Newly Elected Board Members 




William Case 



Huston DeHaven 



William Case, Assistant to the Superintendent of the 
Bourbon County School System, and Huston DeHaven, 
Superintendent of the Breckinridge County Schools have 
been elected to serve four year terms on the Kentucky High 
School Athletic Association Board of Control. Case will 
replace outgoing Board member Chester Turner, retiring 
Principal of Highlands High School who is completing a year 
as President of the Board. Case will represent Section 5, 
which encompasses basketball regions IX and X. DeHaven is 
replacing Edmonson County Superintendent David Webb, 
and will represent Section 2, basketball regions III and IV. 

Case left his position as Principal at Bourbon County High 
in 1985 to assume his current position with duties being to 
direct Transportation, Buildings and Grounds. He had served 
as Principal at the high school since 1976, following nine 
years as a teacher at the school, including the last five as 
Athletic Director. Prior to his tenure at Bourbon County, Case 
taught for four years at Meade County High School, also 
serving as the Head Basketball Coach, and another four years 
in the same capacities at Jessamine County. 

Case's education included graduation from Bourbon 
County, an undergraduate degree from Western Kentucky, a 
Masters from Eastern Kentucky, and Rank I certification from 
Eastern. Military service has also been a big part of Case's 
career, including a stint in 1959 as a Military Police officer on 
active duty, and subsequently as a member of the United 
States Army Reserve for twenty years. He graduated in 1 972 
from the United States Army Command and General Staff 
School and retired from the Army Reserve as a Major in 1979. 

A former Vice-President and President of the Kentucky 
High School Coaches Association, and a previous honoree in 
the "Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities" 
listing, Case and his wife Virginia Ann have one daughter, 
Kim, one son, Tim, and two granddaughters. 

Huston DeHaven joins the Board after 21 years in the 
education profession including the last four as Superin- 
tendent of Breckinridge County. A native of Hardinsburg, 
DeHaven graduated from Breckinridge County High School 
and received his BS, MA and Rank I Certification from 
Western Kentucky University. His teaching career began at 
Hardinsburg Elementary School in 1966. Following a two 
year tour of duty in the United States Army, including active 
service in Vietnam, he returned to teaching. In 1 970, DeHaven 
became Principal at Hardinsburg Elementary, and in 1972 he 
moved to the central office at Breckinridge County, as Federal 




Coordinator. In 1975, he was named Assistant Superin- 
tendent where he served until taking his current position in 
1983. 

DeHaven is an active member of the Hardinsburg United 
Methodist Church where he is chairman of the Finance 
Committee, a member of the Administrative Board, and a 
member of the choir. Most of his spare time is spent farming 
225 acres just outside of Hardinsburg, with primary emphasis 
on raising cattle. 

A member of the Kentucky Association of School Admini- 
strators Board of Directors, he also belongs to the Kentucky 
Association of School Superintendents. He is on the legis- 
lative committee of both K.H.S.A.A. and K.A.S.S. 

DeHaven and his wife Peggy, have two children, an 18 year 
old daughter Lisa who is a freshman at Western Kentucky 
University, and a 16 year old son, Rob, a sophomore at 
Breckinridge County. 



MINUTES 

OF THE 

BOARD MEETING 



The Board of Control of the Kentucky High School Athletic 
Association met at the K.H.S.A.A. Office Building in Lexington, 
Kentucky, on Thursday, April 16, 1987. The meeting was 
called to order at 2:00 p.m. by President Chester Turner. All 
Board Members, Commissioner Tom Mills, Executive Assis- 
tant Billy V. Wise, Assistant Commissioners Brigid L DeVries 
and Louis Stout and Sports Information Director Julian 
Tackett were present. Mr. Turner called upon Mr. Sam 
Chandler to give the invocation. 

Charlie Wilson made a motion, seconded by Sam Chandler, 
that the minutes of the March 1 9, 1 987, meeting of the Board 
be approved. The motion carried unanimously. 

Following a discussion of the status of the Medical 
Symposiums, Grant Talbott made a motion, seconded by 
Charles Miller that the following recommendation be sub- 
mitted to the State Department of Education for approval. 

Medical Symposiums will be conducted in Kentucky by the 
Kentucky Medical Association for all head coaches and new 
coaches in high risk sports of baseball, basketball, football, 
soccer and wrestling. It is also recommended they be 
conducted every other year starting with even numbered 
years beginning in 1988. One make-up symposium will be 
conducted in the same manner in the odd numbered years 
starting with 1989. The symposiums will be conducted as 
scheduled for 1987 with all head coaches in the above listed 
sports being required to attend. 

The motion passed unanimously. 

Sam Chandler moved that all bills of the Association for the 
period beginning March 1 and ending March 31, 1987 be 
allowed. The motion was seconded by Charlie Wilson and 
carried unanimously. 

Executive Assistant Billy Wise gave the following report on 
the Boys and Girls Basketball Tournaments: 



Minutes Of The Board Meeting Continued on Page Two 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MAY, 1987 



MAY, 1987 VOLXLIX, NO. 10 

Published monthly, except June and July, by the Kentucky 
High School Athletic Association, Office of Publication, 560 E. 
Cooper Dr., P.O. Box 22280, Lexington, KY 40522. 

Third class postage paid at Richmond, Kentucky. Acceptance 
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Editor TOM MILLS 

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Assistant Editor BRIGID L. DeVRIES 

Assistant Editor LOUIS STOUT 

Assistant Editor BILLY V. WISE 

Assistant Editor JULIAN TACKETT 

Lexington, Kentucky 

BOARD OF CONTROL 

President - Chester Turner (1983-1987) Fort Thomas, Vice- 
President - Frank Welch (1984-1988) Belfry, Directors - Tom 
Buchanan (1 985- 1 989) Eddyville, Sam Chandler (1 986-1 990) 
Shelbyville, Charles Miller (1986-1990) Louisville, Tony 
dinger (1984-1989) Lexington, Grant Talbott (1984-1988) 
Owensboro, Ken Tippett (1 985- 1 989) Versailles, David Webb 
(1983-1987) Brownsville, Charlie Wilson (1984-1988) Hyden, 
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Minutes Of The Board Meeting Continued from Page One 



Boys Attendance: 
Ticket Sales: 
Expenses: 



Girls 



Attendance: 
Ticket Sales: 
Expenses: 



148,266 
$774,880.00 
$256,571.78 (approx.) 

27,967 
$107,075.00 
$84,117.46 (approx.) 



Mr. Wise stated that the final audit would appear in the 
August "Athlete". 

Charles Miller made a motion, seconded by Tony dinger, 
that the Board go into Closed Session to discuss the 
recommendations of the Executive Committee with regard to 
salaries and contracts for the 1987-88 school year. The 
motion carried unanimously. 

Frank Welch moved that the Board go back into Open 
Session. Tom Buchanan seconded the motion. The motion 
passed unanimously. 

Chester Turner presented the recommendations of the 
Executive Committee- 
Charlie Wilson made a motion that the Executive Com- 
mittee's Report be accepted. The report included the employ- 
ment of Earl Cox, Louisville, to serve as Consultant for 
Corporate Sponsorships for the K.H.S.A.A. Grant Talbott 
seconded the motion, which carried unanimously. 

Mr. Wise advised the Board that all members and staff were 
invited to the McDonald's Derby Festival Classic to be held at 
the Ky. Fair & Exhibition Center in Louisville on Saturday 
evening, April 18 at 8:00 p.m. 

Following a lengthy discussion regarding concerns of 
cheerleader safety and due to the fact that cheerleaders are 
covered under the same catastrophic insurance plan pro- 
vided athletes at member schools, safety guidelines should 
be set forth. Tom Buchanan made a motion, seconded by 
Charles Miller, that the following recommended guidelines be 
sent to principals of all member schools: 



CHEERLEADING SAFETY REGULATIONS 

1. No mini trampolines or other height increasing apparatus 
allowed. 

2. No flip dismounts from mounts (pyramids). 

3. No knee drops. 

4. No toe or thigh pitches. 

5. No mount may be more than two people high, interpreted 
as follows: 

(a) Any person in a mount must have principle weight 
supported by a person whose principle weight support 
is the floor. 

(b) Additional persons used in the mount for support may 
not extend above the mount itself. 

6. All maneuvers of the "swan dive" variety are not allowed. 

Cheerleaders are subject to the general eligibility require- 
ments of the Association to participate. This includes, but is 
not limited to, parental permission, enrollment and academic 
requirements, and a signed physician's statement to the 
effect he/she is physically fit to take severe exercise without 
undue risk. 

The motion carried by a vote of 9 in favor and one 
abstention. 

Asst. Commissioner Stout advised the Board that the 
Soccer Committee met on March 13 and recommended the 
following increase in official's fees. 

$56.00 per crew - two (2) man system; 

$66.00 per crew - three (3) man system. 

In addition, a soccer official will receive fifteen (15) cents 
per mile in excess of fifty (50) miles. 

Grant Talbott made a motion, seconded by Tony dinger, 
that the Board approve the Soccer Committee's request for an 
increase in fees to be effective for the 1987-88 school year. 
The motion passed unanimously. 

A discussion ensued regarding an increase in the price of 
tickets for the Girls State Basketball Tournament. Frank 
Welch made a motion, seconded by Charlie Wilson, that the 
price for tickets to the 1988 Girls Basketball Tournament be 
set at $7.00 and $5.00. The motion carried by a vote of eight in 
favor of the motion and 2 opposed. 

The next meeting of the Board of Control is scheduled to be 
held at Lake Barkley on Friday, July 24th. 

Commissioner Mills requested the Board's approval to set 
forth some procedures and guidelines f or establishing a 
Kentucky High School Hall of Fame. Grant Talbott made a 
motion that the Commissioner's request be approved. David 
Webb seconded the motion which carried unanimously. 

David Webb made a motion, seconded by Grant Talbott, 
that Outgoing President Chester Turner and Outgoing Vice 
President Frank Welch be named Delegate and Alternate 
respectively to the forthcoming 68th Annual Meeting of the 
National Federation to be held in Denver, Colorado beginning 
June 29, 1987. 

There being no further business, Grant Talbott made a 
motion the meeting be adjourned. David Webb seconded the 
motion which carried unanimously. 



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National High School 

Activities Week 
October 18-25, 1987 



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PAGE THREE 




MINUTES 

OF THE 

ANNUAL MEETING 

April 17, 1987 



The 71st Annual Meeting of the Kentucky High School 
Athletic Association was held at the office of the K.H.S.A.A., 
Lexington, on Friday morning, April 17,1 987. The invocation 
was given by Sam Chandler. 

President Chester Turner called the meeting to order at 
1 1 :00 a.m. Sixty-six elected delegates or alternates answered 
the roll call. 

Commissioner Tom Mills then presented a report on the 
activities of the Association during the 1986-87 school year. 
David Points moved, seconded by Richard Goodman, that the 
report be accepted. The motion carried unanimously. (The 
Commissioner's report is printed elsewhere in this issue of 
the "Athlete"). 

Mr. Turner introduced newly elected members on the 
Board of Control to the Delegate Assembly as follows: 
Superintendent Huston DeHaven, Breckinridge County 
Schools, representing Regions 3 and 4 and Assistant Superin- 
tendent Bill Case, Bourbon County Schools, representing 
Regions 9-10. 

Commissioner Mills stated that presentation of proposals 
was the next order of business. 

Proposal I 

Principal David S. Points of Montgomery County High 
School proposes that the following change be made in By- 
Law 24, Limitation of Seasons under Soccer, Section 3. "The 
first soccer game shall/may begin on the fourth Monday in 
August and end with the state finals on the first Saturday, after 
the first Monday in November." 

Jack Kaelin moved, seconded by Wilson Sears that 
Proposal I be adopted. David Points moved that Proposal I be 
amended by deleting "on the first Saturday, after the first 
Monday in November." The motion to amend, seconded by 
Granville Mefford, passed unanimously. The motion to adopt 
Proposal I, as amended, passed 54-0. 

Proposal II 

Principal Peter Flaig, Trinity High School (Louisville) pro- 
poses to amend By-Law 24, Nos. 1 . (5), 2. (5), 3. (5), 4. (5), 5. (5), 
7. (5), 8. (5), 9. (5), 1 0. (5), 1 1 . (5) and 1 2. (5). "The season ends at 
all levels of play (grades 9-12) at the conclusion of the varsity 
team's last regular season contest..." to read as follows: "The 
season ends at all levels of play (grades 9-12) on the Saturday 
preceding the first K.H.S.A.A. Tournament (District, Region, or 
State). 

Marty Napper moved, seconded by Stanley Whitaker, that 
Proposal II be adopted. The motion to adopt Proposal II failed 
by a vote of 40-19. 

Proposal III 

Mr. Lex Turner, Saint Patrick's School proposes that the 
following be added to By-Law 24, Limitation of Seasons 
under basketball: "The limitation of season does not apply to 
students below grade nine that may participate in organized 
practices and games for their particular grade level before the 
designated starting dates of high school practices and games 
so that they may be eligible to participate at the high school 
level on or after the appropriate dates." 

Richard Goodman moved, seconded by Bob Frizzell, that 
Proposal III be adopted. The motion to adopt Proposal III 
failed by a vote of 39-26. 



Proposal IV 

Principle Karen Russ, Assumption High School, proposes 
to change By-Law 27, Limitation of Seasons, regarding the 
maximum number of Softball games permitted, to read: "A 
maximum of thirty-five (35) games may be played. Double- 
headers shall count as two (2) games. Any two county, 
conference or invitational tournament games played by a 
member school shall count as only one game for each 
tournament toward the total game limit of thirty-five." 

George Carson moved, seconded by Russell Kline, that 
Proposal IV be adopted. The motion to adopt Proposal IV 
passed by a vote of 43-19. 

Proposal V 

Sister Maureen Coughlin, Principal of Presentation 
Academy proposes that Section 2 of By-Law 26, Requirement 
for Coaches be changed to read: "In the event that the local 
Board of Education is unable to staff head coaching positions 
under the provision of Section I, the superintendent of the 
local school district may request the Superintendent of Public 
Instruction to approve the qualifications of person(s) holding 
a provisional or standard teaching certificate or having 
completed a minimum of sixty-four (64) semester hours of 
college credit as non-teaching head coaches under the 
following provisions: 

a. The local board of education shall declare that no 
qualified and certified member of the regular school 
faculty has applied for the position pursuant to Section of 
this By-Law; 

b. The position shall be filled by the best qualified person 
available, giving preference to the factors of academic 
preparation, prior teaching experience or related edu- 
cational work, and personal attributes compatible with 
the demands of the coaching profession; 

c. The applicant shall have at least sixty-four (64) semester 
hours of credit from an accredited college or university. 

d. The applicant shall provide documentation of successful 
competition of a first aid course, including C.P.R., as 
approved by a college or university, the American Red 
Cross or the American Heart Association. 

e. The local board of education must submit an application, 
including a job description and current college transcript 
to the Department of Education on an annual basis; 

f. The entire salary for the position shall be paid by the local 

board of education. 

Marty Napper moved, seconded by Paul Young, that Pro- 
posal V be adopted. The motion to adopt Propsal V failed by a 
vote of 25-38. 

Principal Thomas M. Swartz, Pikeville High School 
presented the following three proposes: 

Proposal VI 

That Spring Football practice be allowed for a period of two 
weeks beginning on the Monday following that schools 
elimination of its last spring sports team. That these practice 
sessions be in shorts and be non-contact. Written com- 
pliance must be forwarded to the K.H.S.A.A. at the termination 
of their Spring Season. 

Jerry Ainley moved, seconded by Richard Goodman, that 
Proposal VI be adopted. The motion to adopt Proposal VI 
failed by a vote of 45-18. 

Proposal VII 

That the football season shall begin the third week in 
August and consist of ten regular season games. To alleviate 
the loss of revenue caused by a 10-game schedule, one 
game-type scrimmage be allowed where there would be a 
charge for admission. The playoffs shall begin a week earlier 

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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MAY, 1987 



Minutes Of The Annual Meeting Continued from Page Three 

than is now scheduled and the State Finals be the weekend 
before the Thanksgiving Holidays. Thatthe K.H.S.A.A. petition 
the State Board of Education to have the Friday of the State 
Football Championship weekend designated for a State 
Teacher Conference in Louisville in conjunction with the 
Football Playoffs, thus dismissing school for a long weekend. 
There was no motion to adopt Proposal VII. 

Proposal VIII 

That the Girls Basketball season begin in the fall with 
practice beginning on the first day of August. Games would 
begin during the first week in September and would be played 
on Monday thru Thursday evenings only. That the Tourna- 
ment format be changed to allow four sub-state tournaments 
for the 1 6 Regional Winners with the Final 4 State Finals being 
played in Louisville. Proposals VII and VIII would together 
create an atmosphere and crowd conducive to State 
Championship events. 

Howard Gorrell moved, seconded by Jim Price, that Pro- 
posal VIII be tabled. The motion to table Proposal VIII failed by 
a vote of 21-39. 

Richard Goodman moved, seconded by Kent Stevens, that 
Proposal VIII be adopted. The motion to adopt Proposal VIII 
failed by a vote of 12-53. 

Proposal IX 

Principal Jerry F. Ainley, Calloway County High School, 
proposes that By-Law 24, Limitation of Seasons, Section 4. 
(1), be amended as follows: 

"Beginning in 1987 Kentucky High School Athletic Associ- 
ation member schools will be allowed to conduct a maximum 
of twelve organized practice sessions in football in pads 
during the off-season with these practice sessions to be 
similar in nature to those conducted during the regular 
season. These practice sessions must be conducted and 
concluded during either of the folllowing time periods: 

a. The last two full weeks of May; 

b. The first two full weeks of June; 

c. A combination of any of the above. 

Jerry ainley moved, seconded by John Radjunas, that 
Proposal IX be adopted. 

Wilson Sears moved, seconded by John Radjunas that 
Proposal IX be amended by adding a Section D. to read, "The 
last two weeks in February." The motion to amend Proposal 
IX failed by a vote of 12-46. 

The motion to adopt Proposal IX failed by a vote of 25-38. 

Proposal X 

The Board of Control proposes that the following statement 
be added to By-Law 4, Minimum Academic Requirement: 

D. The eligibility of a student failing to meet the provisions of 
By-Law 4, Section 5c, may be reinstated a maximum of 
onetime provided he/ she passes five full credit subjects 
accepted toward graduation during the school year in 
which he/she was ineligible. 

Jim Price moved, seconded by Ken Tippett, that Proposal X 
be adopted. The motion to adopt Proposal X passed by a vote 
of 44-22. 

Proposal XI 

The K.H.S.A.A. Board of Control proposes that Article IV, 
Administration and Legislation, be changed to read as 
follows: 

Section 1 . Officers 

The officers of the Association shall be a Commissioner 
and a Board of Control composed of twelve members, at least 
two of whom shall be black and two of whom shall be female. 



Section 2. Procedure of Election 

a. Representatives - No change 

b. Board of Control - Members of the Board of Control shall 
be elected fora period of fouryearsby vote of the REPRESEN- 
TATIVES of member schools in each section (Basketball 
Regions 1 and 2, 3 and 4, 5 and 6, 7 and 8, 9 and 10, 1 1 
and 1 2, 1 3 and 1 4, 1 5 and 1 6). In addition, one black and 
one female shall be elected to represent regions 1 
through 8 and shall be elected in the even numbered 
year. Another black and another female shall be elected 
to represent regions 9 through 1 6, and shall be elected in 
an odd numbered year. Minority representatives shall 
serve four year terms, and shall not be eligible to serve 
consecutive terms. 

*Note: If approved by the Delegate Assembly, the date of 
election of female representatives on the Board shall be 
established by the Board of Control upon approval of the 
Federal Court. 

Stanley Whitaker moved, seconded by Hargus Rogers, that 
Proposal XI be adopted. The motion to adopt Proposal XI 
failed by a vote of 42-21 . 

Proposal XII 

Principal Thomas L. Hood of Dayton High School proposes 
that the following changes be made in the Constitution of the 
Kentucky High School Athletic Association. 

Article IV: Administration And Legislation 

Section 1 - Officers (Be changed to read:) 

The officers of the Association shall be a Commissioner 
and a Board of Control composed of Twenty members, (20) at 
least four (4) shall be black. 

Section 2 - Procedures of Election & Board of Control shal I be 
changed to read:) 
B. Board of Control 

1 . Members of the Board of Control shall be elected for a 
period of four (4) years by a vote of the representatives of 
member schools in each region. 

2. There shall be one (1 ) member from each of the sixteen 
(16) Basketball Regions. 

3. In addition there shall be four (4) blacks elected (Federal 
Court Decree), two (2) shall be elected to represent 
Regions 1 through 8 and two (2) shall be elected to 
represent Regions 9 through 16. 

4. All Board of Control members shall be full-time certi- 
fied employees of their respective Boards of Education. 

5. Notifications to the Representatives of each school in 
each Region, in which the member is to be elected must 
be made by the Commissioner not later than January 1 . 

6. To be eligible for membership to the Board of Control, 
one must be a certified employee of an accredited 
K.H.S.A.A. member school or system in the region 
he/she is to represent and must remain in that region 
during his/her term of office. Serving in a part-time 
capacity or on leave of absence or on sick leave in any 
of these capacities will terminate the eligibility of the 
member and the remaining members of the Board shall 
fill the vacancy within sixty (60) days in the same manner 
as that prescribed for the regular election of the Board 
Members. 

7. Nominations for membership on the Board of Control, 
signed by five (5) representatives of their region, shall be 
in the hands of the Commissioner, for regions that elect 
during the year, not later than midnight January 31 . 

8. Ballots for election shall be distributed by the Com- 
missioner before February 15, and returned on or 
before March 1. 

9. Results of the election shall be tabulated by the 
Commissioner, announced at the meeting of the Dele- 

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PAGE FIVE 




1986-87 ANNUAL REPORT 

(Presented to Delegate Assembly) 

Two hundred ninety-three schools joined the Association 
for the 1 986-87 school year. Ten of these schools enroll girls 
only and eight have only boys. In 1985-86 there were 294 
schools, in 1984-85 there were 298. 

There were 199 schools involved in Football. Classes A, 
AA, AAA and AAAA championship games were played at the 
Fairgrounds, Louisville. Attendance was approximately 
15,921 and gross receipts were $80,244.00. Expenses 
involved in conducting the state football playoffs were 
$40,963.35. 

In Cross Country 177 boys' teams entered twenty-four 
regional meets. One hundred fifty girls' teams entered all 
three classes in twenty-three regionals. The expenses 
incurred in sponsoring this sport were $12,337.70 and the 
receipts were $5,438.50. Classes A, AA and AAA were held in 
Lexington at the Kentucky Horse Park. 

There were fifty-four schools competing in Wrestling, in 
eight districts and four regions with the winner and runner-up 
in each weight class advancing to the finals. The champion 
ship tournament was held at Atherton High School. Expen- 
ditures incurred were $6,291 .68. The receipts were $6,292.00. 

In Swimming sixty-three girls' teams and sixty-five boys' 
teams competed for the championships. The meets were held 
at Eastern Kentucky University, Richmond, Kentucky on 
February 27-28, 1987. The receipts were $2,405.00 and the 
expenses were $8,972.89. 

The approximate gross receipts from the boys' and girls' 
district Basketball tournaments were $559,710.29 while the 
regional tournaments took in $595,400.88 for a total of 
$1,155,111.17. Attendance at the Boys' State Tournament 
was approximately 148,184 as compared to 123,045 for last 
year. The gross receipts this year for the tournament are 
estimated at $774,434.00 with expenditures of approximately 
$257,016.89. 

Attendance at the Girls' State Basketball Tournament was 
27,976. The gross receipts were $107,075.00 with expen- 
ditures of approximately $84,117.46. A complete report will 
appear in the audit. 

There were ninety-three schools competing in Soccer. The 
State Tournament was held in Lexington from October 27 
-November 1, 1986. The receipts were $22,155.90 and 
expenses incurred were $1 1 ,81 4.54. 

The number of schools competing in Volleyball was sixty- 
two. The K.H.S.A.A. sanctioned tournament was held at 
Fairdale High School, Louisville, Kentucky on October 31 & 
November 1, 1986. Expenses incurred were $3,562.23 with 
receipts of $3,316.00. 

In the other sports that are to follow, 266 Baseball teams will 
compete in sixty-three districts and sixteen regions; 194 
Softball teams will compete in twelve regions; 218 girls' and 
219 boys' Track teams will compete in twelve regions each; 
1 53 girls' and 202 boys' Golf teams will play in 1 9 regions; 206 
girls' and 201 boys' Tennis teams will play in twelve regions. 
State championship meets will be held in Baseball at Elizabeth- 
town; Softball in Louisville; Track at the University of 
Kentucky; girls' Golf at Elizabethtown Country Club, Elizabeth- 
town; boys' Golf at Lincoln Trails Country Club Golf Course, 
Vine Grove; Tennis at the University of Kentucky. 

A total of 3047 officials registered with the Official's Division 
of the Association as of April 8, 1987, and the number of 
approved and certified officials in each sport are as follows: 





Registered 


Approved 


Certified 


Total 


Baseball 


329 


147 


114 


590 


Basketball 


696 


377 


536 


1609 


Football 


318 


197 


390 


905 


Soccer 


114 


76 


24 


214 


Softball 


254 


75 


2 


331 


Track & Field 13 


3 





16 



Volleyball 64 12 10 86 

Wrestling 37 16 13 56 

*Note: 304 officials registered under the Multiple State 
Reciprocal Registration. 

Billy V. Wise conducted twelve clinics in Football and 
seventeen in Basketball for officials and coaches. Assistant 
Commissioner Brigid L. DeVries conducted three track 
clinics and three volleyball clinics for officials and coaches. 

The Board of Control, the Assistant Commissioners, the 
Sports Information Director and I are grateful for the 
cooperation the superintendents, principals, athletic direc- 
tors and coaches have given us in running the program for 
the Association. 




Game Guy 
Award 

Adam Carrico 



The Game Guy Trophy is awarded to a high school athlete 
in the State of Kentucky who has overcome a physical 
handicap and participated in high school athletics. Adam was 
the unanimous choice of the K.H.S.A.A. Game Guy Award 
Committee for the 1987 trophy. 

Adam is a senior at Seneca High School in Louisville, 
where he plays tennis and is a cheerleader. He is also active 
in other school clubs and organizations. Adam has overcome 
a major handicap. He was diagnosed in February of 1986 as 
having a malignant brain tumor. He had surgery on the 27th of 
February, followed by six weeks of radiation treatments. At 
the present time Adam says "Everything is fine." 



Minutes 01 The Annual Meeting Continued from Page Four 

gate Assembly, and published in the May issue of the 
"Athlete." 

1 0. Terms of Board Members shall be staggered so that five 
(5) will be elected each year. 

1 1. At the Organization Meeting in July, the members of the 
Board of Control shall elect from their membership a 
President and Vice-President to serve for one (1) year. 
They shall not be eligible to serve for more than two (2) 
one-year terms in succession. The Superintendent of 
Public Instruction shall designate a liaison person to 
meet with the Board of Control to participate in all 
discussion but to have no vote as a member of the Board 
of Control. 

David Points moved, seconded by Richard Goodman, that 
Proposal XII be tabled. The motion to table Proposal XII failed 
by a vote of 20-40. 

Bill Dosch moved, seconded by Hargus Rogers that Pro- 
posal XII be adopted. The motion to adopt Proposal XII failed 
by a vote of 7-50. 

Larry Stewart moved, seconded by David Points, that 
Proposal XI be reconsidered. The motion to reconsider 
Proposal XI failed by a vote of 43-22. 

Jerald Ellington moved, seconded by Richard Goodman, 
that the 71st Annual Meeting of the Delegate Assembly be 
adjourned. The motion passed unanimously. 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MAY, 1987 



TED SANFORD AWARD 
MOST VALUABLE PLAYER AWARD 




Richie Farmer, Clay County 



Junior guard Richie Farmer became the first person to 
capture both the Ted Sanford and Most Valuable Player 
Awards while leading the Tiqers of Clay County to the Boys 
State Basketball championship for 1987. Farmer's outstand- 
ing play propelled the Tigers to the title, and that play included 
a stellar 27 point, 6 rebound, 4 assist performance in the 
championship game. For the tournament, Farmer scored 89 
points, pulled down 21 rebounds and dished out 12 assists. 

Off the court, Farmer's credentials are just as strong. An 
A-/B+ student, Farmer is active in many church, community, 
and school activities including participation in other sports 
for the Tigers. Farmer has a rare opportunity next season, 
should his teammates repeat as 13th region champions, to 
play in what appears to be an unprecedented fifth state 
tournament. As a reserve on the Tiger team during both his 
eighth grade and freshman year, and as a two year starter for 
the Clay County state tournament teams, Farmer has certainly 



made his mark in the state tournament. The Ted Sanford 
Award is given annually by the Louisville Courier Journal in 
memory of Mr. Sanford, the first Commissioner of the 
Kentucky High School Athletic Association who served as 
Secretary-Treasurer of the Association for ten years before 
becoming Commissioner, a position he held from 1947 until 
his retirement in 1 972. The award honors the participant in the 
Boys State Tournament who excels in four areas- -basketball 
ability, sportsmanship, academic accomplishment, and 
citizenship. 

Inaugurated in 1 981 , the Lexington Herald Leader annually 
presents the Most Valuable Player Awards in both Boys and 
Girls State Basketball Tournaments to the participant in each 
tournament who is voted Most Valuable by a panel of media 
representatives and the participating coaches in the tourna- 
ments. Unofficial M.V.P. recognition had been given by 
various sources prior to 1981. 




Jerry Butler, Mason County 




Photo Not Available 




Mike Minix, Paintsville Chris Turner, Warren Central Kelly Smith, Laurel County 

K.H.S.A.A. SWEET SIXTEEN ACADEMIC SCHOLARSHIP AWARD 



Instituted in 1 985, the Kentucky High School Athletic Association Sweet Sixteen Academic Scholarship Awards are designed to 
honor one or more participant(s) in the Boys' and Girls' State Tournaments who have excelled in the classroom and on the 
basketball floor. The awards are in the form of financial assistance to be used at the Kentucky college or university of the recipient's 
choice to help offset educational expenses. Various sources have funded the scholarships including the K.H.S.AA, the 
Superintendent of Public Instruction, and the City of Lexington. For 1 987, Mayor Scotty Baesler and the City of Lexirtgtonprovftted 
$6,000 to be used for the awards in conjunction with the Sweet Sixteen Academic Showcase. 

For the 1 987 Tournaments, four winners were selected. Ketly Smith of Laurel County, Jerry Butler of MasonCounty, M*e Minix 
of Paintsville, and Chris Turner of Warren Centra* all excelled in the classroom am well as helping lead theirtealms to berths irvthe 
Boys' and Girls' Sweet Sixteen Tournaments. 



From The Commissioner's Office 



ATTENTION ALL ATHLETIC DIRECTORS 

The annual information update (blue) forms have been mailed to the Athletic 
Directors. Please send these forms back to the Association as soon as 
possible. They will be mailed out again in July for final confirmation, in 
order to post your late hirings of coaches, etc. 

Also, football schedules are due back in, as well as the response card from a 
special survey for football schools. It is important to return these as soon 
as possible. 

CONGRATULATIONS TO WOMENS SPORTS LEADERSHIP CONFERENCE AWARD WINNERS 

Congratulations are in order to four persons named as recipients of awards at 
the first Women's Sports Leadership Conference, held last month at Eastern 
Kentucky University. Sacred Heart senior Diving star Laura Profumo was 
recognized for her excellence in an individual sport, while Marshall County 
senior center Mary Taylor was recognized for contributions to a team sports. 
Profumo has not decided on her college yet, while Taylor, who was recently 
named Miss Basketball in Kentucky, has signed to play at Western Kentucky. 
Retiring Highlands High School Principal Chester Turner was named recipient of 
the Leadership Award, while Lois Holmes was given recognition as a female 
official. In all, nine awards were presented as part of the conference 
sponsored by the Kentucky Sports Equity Project. 

SCHEDULE FOR MEDICAL SYMPOSIUMS 

Coaches in the high risk sports of Soccer, Football, Basketball, Baseball and 
Wrestling are required by the State Department of Education to annually attend 
the Medical Symposium sanctioned by the Department and sponsored by the 
Kentucky Medical Association. Each of the sites is responsible for sending 
information to the schools. The schedule for this year is as follows-- 

Louisville, Audobon Medical Plaza, June 5 and 6, Dr. Ray Shea, 502/637-3636 
Ashland, Robinson Clinic, June 12 and 13, Dr. Garner Robinson, 606/329-0204 
Madisonville, Trover Clinic, June 19 and 20, Dr. James Bowles, 502/825-7200 
Owensboro, KY Wesleyan, July 18, Dr. William McManus, 502/683-2441 
Lexington, Hyatt Regency, July 24 and 25, Dr. William Brooks, 606/277-6143 
Northern Kentucky, N.K.U., July 24 and 25, Stan Steidel, 606/261-4357 

NEW TRAINERS MANUAL A VALUABLE AID FOR SCHOOLS 

The Institute for Public and Private Sector Initiatives had produced a special 
booklet to aid high schools, called the "High School Sports Injury Manual". 
This manual is very informative, and according to several experienced trainers, 
it is easy to understand, with simple, easy to follow, instructions. This 
manual is very thorough, and could help each school system in Kentucky. The 
manual sells for $4.95 per copy, and is available by writing directly to the 
publisher at PPSI, 6991 East Camelback, #C-240, Scottsdale, Arizona, 85251. If 
a school or system orders in a large quantity, a discount is available. 



REMINDER TO FOOTBALL SCHOOLS AND OPEN DATES 

The first playing date for football in 1987 is August 21. The first legal 
date for practice in pads is August 1. Please remember to contact this office 
when you fill an open date. At this time, we have the following open dates -- 

Week 1 (August 21) - Bourbon County, contact Coach John Nochta 
(606)987-2556; Bullitt East, contact Coach Keith Collins (502)538-7322; 
Fleming Neon, contact David Jones (606)855-7597; Greenup County, 
contact Dan Mercer, A.D. (606)473-7705; Madisonville North Hopkins, 
contact Jan Ireland, A.D. (502)825-6017; Marion County, contact Coach 
Mark Brown (502)692-6066; Paris, contact Homer Goins (606)987-4545 

Week 2 (August 28) Belfry, contact Coach Philip Heywood or Paul 
Dotson, A.D. (606)353-7230; Betsy Layne, contact Coach Jack Hall or A.D. 
William Newsome, Jr. (606)478-2966; Christian County, contact Wilton 
Gant, A.D. (502)887-1100; Conner, contact Coach Joe Clark (606)689-7696; 
Danville, contact Coach Tom Duffy (606)236-7957; Eminence, contact 
Coach Steve Frommeyer (502)845-5427; Trigg County, contact Buddy Perry, 
A.D. (502)522-6072 

Week 3 (September 4) - Betsy Layne, contact Coach Jack Hall or A.D. 
William Newsome, Jr. (606)478-2966; Boyd County, contact Ed VanHoose 
(606) 928-6475; Bullitt East, contact Coach Keith Collins (502)538-7322; 
Clay County, contact Coach Eugene Hensley (606)598-3737; Fleming 
County, contact Coach Ted Purcell (606)845-6601; Hopkinsville, contact 
Danny Sundberg (502)886-3384; Oldham County, contact Bob Rowland, A.D. 
(502)222-9641; Russell County, contact Coach Ron Finley (502)866-3341 

Week 4 (September 11) - Boone County, contact Owen Hauck 
(606)283-2795. Boyd County, contact Ed VanHoose (606)928-6475; 
Fleming Neon, contact David Jones (606)855-7597; Russell, contact 
Lafe Walter, A.D. (606)836-9650 

Week 5 (September 18) - Betsy Layne, contact Coach Jack Hall or A.D. 
William Newsome, Jr. (606)478-2966; Cathedral High (Indianapolis), 
contact Coach Michael McGinley (317)542-1481; Christian County, contact 
Wilton Gant, A.D. (502)887-1100; Dayton, contact Stan Steidel 
(606)261-4357; Mayfield, contact Bob Sparks, A.D. (502)247-5582 

Week 6 (September 25) - Bowling Green, contact Coach Dan Haley 
(502)842-1674; Dayton, contact Stan Steidel (606)261-4357; Fleming 
Neon, contact David Jones (606)855-7597; Garrard County, contact Coach 
Steve Sullivan (606)792-2146; Holmes, contact Coach William Hina 
(606)292-5845; Owensboro Catholic, contact Bruce Embry, A.D. 
(502)684-3215; Shelby County, contact Coach Tom Bechere (502)633-2443 

Week 7 (October 2) - Franklin County, contact Coach Gary Dearborn 
(502)695-4155 after 11:45 a.m.; Marion County, contact Coach Mark Brown 
(502)692-6066 

Week 8 (October 9) - Christian County, contact Wilton Gant, A.D. 
(502)887-1100; Elkhorn City, contact Jerry Childers, A.D. (606)754-9098; 
Mayfield, contact Bob Sparks, A.D. (502)247-5582; Oldham County, 
contact Bob Rowland, A.D. (502)222-9641; Williamsburg, contact Coach Bob 
Rose (606)549-1915 

Week 9 (October 16) - Boone County, contact Owen Hauck 
(606)283-2795. Christian County, contact Wilton Gant, A.D. 
(502)887-1100; Danville, contact Coach Tom Duffy (606)236-7957; North 
Bullitt, contact Bob Wagoner (502)957-2186 



FOOTBALL OPEN DATES (continued) 

Week 10 (October 23) - Boone County, contact Owen Hauck 
(606)283-2795; Bourbon County, contact Coach John Nochta (606)987-2556; 
DeSales, contact Coach Don Hettich (502)361-1231; Glen Oak. in 
Canton, Ohio, contact Ralph Ciccarelli, Athletic Administrator 
(216)492-7455; Owen County, contact Gran Mefford (502)484-2715; 
Owensboro Catholic, contact Bruce Embry, A.D. (502)684-3215; Shelby 
County, contact Coach Tom Bechere (502)633-2443; Waggener, contact 
Coach Bob Redman (502)454-8340 

Week 11 (October 30) - Elizabethtown, contact Duke Owen, 
(502)769-3381; Holmes, contact Coach William Hina (606)292-5845; 
Marion County, contact Coach Mark Brown (502)692-6066; Middletown 
(OH), contact Jim Place (513)422-7432; Williamsburg, contact Coach Bob 
Rose (606)549-1915 

BASKETBALL OPEN DATES 

December 1, January 12, and February 19, Anderson County Boys' need games. 

Contact A.D. Larry Basham (502)839-5118 
January 5-8, 1988, 4th Annual Bath County High School New Year Classic, needs 

four boys' teams to complete the field. Contact Coach Roy Wright 

(606)674-6236 (school) or (606)674-2469 (home). 
January 27-30, 1988, Boone County High School needs one girls' team for an 

eight (8) team tournament, contact Coach Nell Hensley (606)283-2795. 
February 19 and February 26, 1988, St. Xavier, contact Paul Young 

(502)635-5300 

WEBSTER COUNTY OPENING 

Webster County High School is looking for an individual certified in English, 
Geography, Math or Physics, to also serve as Head Boys' Basketball Coach. 
Please contact N.S. Greene, Superintendent (502)639-5083. 

OHIO STATE TO HOLD TRAINERS WORKSHOP 

Ohio State will be sponsoring a student athletic training workshop this summer 
on campus. The workshop will be held June 21-26/ For further information, 
contact Ohio State University, ATTN: Student Athletic Trainer Workshop, 410 
Woody Hayes Drive, Columbus, OH, 43210, or call Bill Davis, Assistant Athletic 
Trainer, at (614)292-1164. 

EASTERN KENTUCKY TO HOST CRAMER TRAINERS WORKSHOP 

Eastern Kentucky University will host a 1987 Basic Workshop for student 

athletic trainers in conjunction with Cramer products. The workshop is 

designed to teach junior and senior high school students the fundamentals of 

athletic injury prevention and care. The seminar runs from June 28 through 

July 1. For further information, contact Janet Lozar, (800)255-6621. 



NATIONAL STRENGTH AND CONDITIONING ASSOCIATION 

The National Strength and Conditioning Association will hold its Region II 
clinic at the Kenan Fieldhouse on the campus of the University of North 
Carolina - Chapel Hill on May 2nd and 3rd. For further information, contact 
Mike Marks or Harley Dartt (919) 966-2575. 



A.C.T. TEST DATES FOR 1987-88, and 1988-89 



With the implementation of the 
important to keep up with the 
Assessment (ACT test). For 1987-8J 



NCAA Minimum Eligibility Guidelines, it fs 
test dates for the American College Testing 
, and 1988-89, the schedule is as follows: 



1987-88 Test Date Regular Postmark Deadline 

10/24/87 09/25/87 

12/12/87 11/13/87 

02/27/88 01/29/88 

04/16/88 03/18/88 

06/11/88 05/13/88 

1988-89 Test Date Regular Postmark Deadline 

10/22/88 09/23/88 

12/10/88 11/11/88 

02/11/89 01/13/89 

04/15/89 03/17/89 

06/10/89 05/12/89 



Late Deadline 

10/13/87 

12/01/87 

02/16/88 

04/05/88 

05/31/88 

Late Deadline 

10/11/88 

11/29/88 

01/31/89 

04/04/89 

05/30/89 



IMPORTANT CHANGE IN INSURANCE COVERAGE RELATIVE TO CHEERLEADERS 

Thus far, the Kentucky High School Athletic Association has been able to 
maintain liability and catastrophic insurance coverage for cheerleaders 
through the existing policy at no additional charge to the Association or the 
schools. In an effort to hold down the costs of insurance, the K.H.S.A.A. 
Board of Control recently adopted the following guidelines for limitations on 
cheerleader stunts which have been determined to be high risk -- 1) No mini 
trampolines or other height increasing apparatus allowed; 2) No flip dismounts 
from mounts (pyramids); 3) No knee drops; 4) No toe or thigh pitches; 5) No 
mount may be more than two people high, interpreted as follows: (a) Any person 
in a mount must have principle weight supported by a person whose principle 
weight support is the floor, (b) Additional persons used in the mount for 
support may not extend above the mount itself; 6) All maneuvers of the "swan 
dive" variety are not allowed. 

Cheerleaders are subject to the general eligibility requirements of the 
Association to participate. This includes, but is not limited to, parental 
permission, enrollment and academic requirements, and a signed physician's 
statement to the effect he/she is physically fit to take severe exercise 
without undue risk. 



These stunt limitations are only recommendations , however, cheerleaders from 
schools not adhering to these guidelines will not be covered by the blanket 
insurance plan and may have to seek additional coverage elsewhere. 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MAY, 1987 



PAGE SEVEN 



J.B. MANSFIELD AWARD 



MOST VALUABLE PLAYER AWARD 




Angel Stevens, Breathitt County 

The winner of the J.B. Mansfield Award for 1 987 is Breathitt 
County senior center Angel Stevens. Stevens is a participant 
in many activities at her school including the National Honor 
Society and Spanish Club, as well as serving as a class officer 
and a member of the prom court, and being very involved in 
her local church activities. Academics are also important to 
Angel as she compiled a 3.66 g.p.a., was a member of the 
Academic Team, and was a student in Advanced Placement - 
English. On the basketball floor, Stevens was a three time All 
District, and All Region selection, attended two Blue-Chip 
basketball camps, was a three year starter for the Lady 
Bobcats, and has recently signed a basketball grant-in-aid to 
attend the University of Kentucky. The Award is given 
annually by the Louisville Courier Journal in memory of Mr. 
Joe Billy Mansfield, long-time K.H.S.A.A. employee who 
served as an Assistant Commissioner from 1 949 to 1 972, and 
as Commissioner from 1972 until ill health forced him to leave 
the Association in December of 1 975. The award honors the 
participant in the Girls State Tournament who excels in four 
areas--basketball ability, sportsmanship, academic accom- 
plishment, and citizenship. 







Joretta Carney 

Junior center Joretta Carney became the second consec- 
utive underclassman to win the Most Valuable Player Awards 
as she led Roy Bowling's Lady Cardinals of Laurel County to 
the championship of the 1987 Girls Sweet Sixteen Tourna- 
ment in Bowling Green. For the four game tournament, 
Carney tallied 84 points and 25 rebounds, including an 
outstanding 30 point, 1 1 rebound performance in the quarter- 
finals against Lexington Henry Clay. Carney shot seventy 
percent from the field for the tournament, hitting 37 of her 53 
field goals. 

Previous winners of the award have been -- 

Girls' Tournament 

1981 - Lori Hines, Pulaski County 

1982 - Maria Poschinger, Mercy Academy 

1983 - Clemette Haskins, Warren Central 

1984 - Carol Parker, Marshall County 

1985 - Annette Jones, Atherton 

1986 - Nancy Crutcher, Oldham County 

Boys' Tournament 

1981 - Tony McKinley, Simon Kenton 

1982 - Todd May, Virgie 

1983 - Steve Miller, Henry Clay 

1984 - Fred Tisdale, Logan County 

1985 - Wendell Quarles, Hopkinsville 

1986 - Reggie Hanson, Pulaski County 



Previous Sweet Sixteen Academic Scho- 
larship Winners have been -- 

Boys' Tournament 

1985 - George Harrison "Chip" Nixon, 
Metcalfe County 

1986 - Jeff Baldwin, Paintsville 
1986 - John Calver, Hopkinsville 
1986 - Justin Hancock, Paducah 

Tilghman 

Girls' Tournament 

1985 - Tammy Golden, Whitley County 

1986 - Jana Newman, Wayne County 



Prior Winners of the Ted Sanford Award 
are -- 

1973 - Rickey Witherspoon, Hickman 
County 

1974 - Ronnie Watt, Warren East 

1975 - Jerry Lee Britt, Warren East 

1976 - Tim Stephens, McCreary 
Central 

1977 - Jeff Lamp, Louisville Ballard 

1978 - Mike George, Shelby County 

1979 - Dirk Minniefield, Lafayette 

1980 - Dicky Beal, Covington Holmes 

1981 - Allen Feldhaus, Jr., Mason 
County 

1982 - Kelly Middleton, Mason County 

1983 - Phillip Hall, Carlisle County 

1984 - Jeff Royce, Bourbon County 

1985 - Spence Shipley, Doss 

1986 - Terry North, Hazard 



Prior Winners of the J.B. Mansfield 
Award are -- 

1975 - Donna Murphy, Newport 

1976 - Sue Dickman, Covington Holy 
Cross 

1977 - Debbie Johnson, Tates Creek 

1978 - Irene Moore, Breathitt County 

1979 - Beth Wilkerson, Paris 

1980 - Jackie Bearden, Dixie Heights 

1981 - Laura Seay, Marshall County 

1982 - Lisa Jarrett, Marshall County 

1983 - Tiphanie Bates, Whitesburg 

1984 - Sabrina Tussey, Belfry 

1985 - Dina Disney, Meade County 

1986 - Lisa Doyle, Mason County 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MAY, 1987 




ANNUAL SURVEY OF FOOTBALL INJURY 
RESEARCH — 1931-1986 

Frederick O. Mueller, Ph.D. 

Chairman, American Football Coaches Committee on Football Injuries 

and 

Richard D. Schindler 

Assistant Director of the National Federation of High School Associations 



Section I 
INTRODUCTION 

In 1931 the American Football Coaches Association 
initated the First Annual Survey of Football Fatalities. The 
original survey committee was chaired by Marvin A. Stevens, 
M.D., of Yale University, who served from 1 931 -1 942. Floyd R. 
Eastwood, Ph.D., Purdue University, succeeded Dr. Stevens 
in 1942 and served through 1964. Carl B. Blyth, Ph.D., 
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, was appointed in 
1 965 and served through the 1 979 football season. In January 
1980, Frederick O. Mueller, Ph.D., University of North 
Carolina at Chapel Hill, was appointed by the American 
Football Coaches Association and the National Collegiate 
Athletic Association to continue this research under the new 
title, Annual Survey of Football Injury Research. 

The primary purpose of the Annual Survey of Football Injury 
Research is to make the game of football a safer and, 
therefore, a more enjoyable sports activity. Because of these 
surveys, the game of football has realized many benefits in 
regard to rule changes, improvement of equipment, and 
improved coaching techniques. The 1976 rule change that 
made it illegal to make initial contact with the head while 
blocking and tackling was the direct result of this research. 

Data Collection 

Throughout the year, upon notification of a suspected 
football fatality, immediate contact is made with the appro- 
priate officials (coaches, administrators, physicians, trainers). 
Pertinent information is collected through questionnaires and 
personal contact- 
Football fatalities are classified for this report as direct and 
indirect. The criteria used to classify football fatalities are as 
follows: 

Direct - Those fatalities which resulted directly from partici- 
pation in the fundamental skills of football. 

Indirect -Those fatalities which are caused by systemic 
failure as a result of exertion while participating in 
football activity or by a complication which was 
secondary to a non-fatal injury. 

In several instances of reported football fatalities, the 
respondent stated the fatality should not be attributed to 
football. Reasons for these statements are that the fatality was 
attributed to physical defects that were unrelated to football 
injuries. 

Dr. Mueller compiled and prepared the survey report on 
college, professional, and sandlot levels, and Mr. Richard D. 
Schindler of the National Federation of State High School 
Associations assumed complete responsibility for collecting 
and preparing the senior and junior high school phase of the 
study. Sandlot is defined as non-school football, but 
organized and using full protective equipment. 

At the conclusion of the football season, both reports are 
compiled into this Annual Survey of Football Injury Research. 
This report is sponsored by the American Football Coaches 
Association, the National Collegiate Athletic Association, and 
the National Federation of State High School Associations. 



Acknowledgements 

The 1986 report was compiled with the assistance of 
executive officers, high school and college coaches, athletic 
directors, school administrators, physicians, a national news- 
paper clipping agency, and professional associates of the 
authors. Dr. Carl S. Blyth served as a consultant for the 1 986 
report. 

Section II 
SUMMARY 

1. Twelve fatalities were directly related to football during 
the 1986 football season. Eleven of the direct fatalities 
occurred in high school and one in college. 

2. The incidence of direct fatal injuries is very low on a 
100,000 player exposure basis. For the approximately 
1,575,000 participants in 1986, the number of direct fatalities 
was 0.76 participants per 100,000 players. 

3. The incidence of direct fatalities in high school and junior 
high school football was 0.85 participants per 100,000 
players. The incidence of direct fatalities in college was 1 .33 
participants per 100,000 players. 

4. Most direct fatalities usually occur during regularly 
scheduled games, and during the 1986 season eleven direct 
fatalities occurred in games and one in practice. 

5. The 1986 survey shows that of the twelve direct fatalities 
one occurred in August, two in September, eight in October 
and one in November. 

6. The major activities in football would naturally account 
for the greatest number of direct fatalities. In 1 986 two players 
were injured tackling, three being tackled, one blocking on a 
punt return, and the activity of six was unknown. The six listed 
as unknown collapsed on the field or sideline and a specific 
activity could not be indentified. 

7. In 1986 nine of the direct fatalities resulted from injuries to 
the head, one from a neck injury and two of the direct fatalities 
resulted from injuries to the spleen. 

8. In many cases football cannot be directly responsible for 
fatal injuries (heat stroke, heart failure and so forth). In 1986 
there were seven indirect fatalities. Six of the indirect fatalities 
were related to heart failure and one was related to sickle cell 
crisis. Six of these fatalities were associated with high school 
football and one with college football. 

9. There were four fatalities reported that should not be 
related to football. Two died at home from natural causes, one 
died from malignant hyperthermia and the coroner stated it 
was not football related, and one died from cardiac arrest 
while lifting weights. 

Section III 

DISCUSSION AND 

RECOMMENDATIONS 

After an eight year trend for fewer football fatalities the 1 986 
research shows an increase. The numbers are still low when 
compared to the late 1960s, but any increase in football 
fatalities is cause for concern. An all out effort must be made 
to reduce fatalities and to avoid another increase in 1987. 

Annual Survey Of Football Injury Continued on Page Nine 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MAY, 1987 



PAGE NINE 



Annual Survey Of Football Injury Continued from Page Eight 

Head and Neck Injuries 

Past efforts that were successful in reducing fatalities to the 
level indicated in the 1979, 1983, 1984 and 1985 data should 
again be emphasized. Rule changes for the 1976 football 
season which eliminated the head as a primary and initial 
contact area for blocking and tackling is of utmost im- 
portance. Since 1960 most of the direct fatalities have been 
caused by head and neck injuries. The 1986 survey shows 
that nine of the direct fatalities resulted from injuries to the 
head. We must continue to reduce head and neck injuries. 

Several suggestions for reducing head and neck injuries 
are as follows: 

1. Athletes must be given proper conditioning exercises 
which will strengthen their necks so that participants will be 
able to hold their heads firmly erect when making contact. 

2. Coaches should drill the athletes in the proper execution 
of the fundamentals of football skills, particularly blocking 
and tackling. 

3. Coaches and officials should discourage the players 
from using their heads as battering rams when blocking and 
tackling. The rules prohibiting spearing should be enforced in 
practice and in games. The players should be taught to 
respect the helmet as a protective device and that the helmet 
should not be used as a weapon. 

4. All coaches, physicians, and trainers should take special 
care to see that the player's equipment is properly fitted, 
particularly the helmet. 

5. When a player has experienced or shown signs of head 
trauma (loss of consciousness, visual disturbances, head- 
ache, inability to walk correctly, obvious disorientation, 
memory loss), he should receive immediate medical attention 
and should not be allowed to return to practice or game 
without permission from the proper medical authorities. 

Another important effort has been and continues to be the 
improvement of football protective equipment. It is imperative 
that old and worn equipment be properly renovated or 
discarded and continued emphasis be placed on developing 
the best equipment possible. Manufacturers, coaches, 
trainers, and physicians should continue their joint and 
individual efforts toward this end. 

The authors of this research are convinced that the current 
rules which eliminate the head in blocking and tackling, the 
helmet research conducted by NOCSAE, excellent physical 
conditioning and proper medical supervision have played the 
primary role in reducing fatalities and serious head and neck 
injuries in football. 

This is best illustrated by graphs which would show the 
increase in both head and cervical spine fatalities during the 
decade from 1 965-1 974. The time period was associated with 
blocking and tackling techniques that involved the head as 
the initial point of contact. The reduction in head and cervical 
spine injuries is shown in the decade from 1975-1984. This 
decade was associated with the 1976 rule change that 
eliminated the head as the initial contact point in blocking and 
tackling. There is no doubt that the 1976 rule change has 
made a difference and that a continued effort should be made 
to keep the head out of the fundamentals of football. 

Heat Stroke 

A continuous effort should be made to eliminate heat stroke 
deaths associated with football. Since the beginning of the 
survey through 1959 there were five cases of heat stroke 
deaths reported. From 1960 through 1986 there have been 
seventy-three heat stroke cases which resulted in death. 
Since 1974 there has been a dramatic reduction in heat 
stroke deaths with the exception of 1978 when there were 
four. No deaths were caused by heat stroke in 1986. All 
coaches, trainers, and physicians should continue their 
efforts toward eliminating athletic fatalities which result from 
physical activity in hot weather. 



Heat stroke and heat exhaustion are prevented by careful 
control of various factors in the conditioning program of the 
athlete. When football activity is carried on in hot weather, the 
following suggestions and precautions should be taken: 

1. Each athlete should have a complete physical ex- 
amination with medical history and an annual health history 
update. History of previous heat illness and type of training 
activities before organized practice begins should be in- 
cluded. 

2. Acclimatize athletes to heat gradually by providing 
graduated practice sessions for the first seven to ten days and 
other abnormally hot or humid days. 

3. Know both the temperature and the humidity since it is 
more difficult for the body to cool itself in high humidity. Use of 
a sling psychrometer is recommended to measure the relative 
humidity and anytime the wet-bulb temperature is over 78 
degrees practice should be altered. 

4. Adjust activity level and provide frequent rest periods. 
Rest in cool, shaded areas with some air movement and 
remove helmets and loosen or remove jerseys. Rest periods 
of 1 5-30 minutes should be provided during workouts of one 
hour. 

5. Provide adequate cold water replacements during 
practice. Water should always be available and in unlimited 
quantities to the athletes. GIVE WATER REGULARLY. 

6. Salt should be replaced daily and liberal salting of the 
athletes' food will accomplish this purpose. Coaches should 
not provide salt tablets to athletes. Attention must be directed 
to water replacement. 

7. Athletes should weigh each day before and after practice 
and weight charts checked in order to treat the athlete who 
loses excessive weight each day. Generally, a three percent 
body weight loss through sweating is safe, and a five percent 
loss is in the danger zone. 

8. Clothing is important and a player should avoid use of 
long sleeves, long stockings, and any excess clothing. Never 
use rubberized clothing or sweatsuits. 

9. Some athletes are more susceptible to heat injury. These 
individuals are not accustomed to work in the heat, may be 
overweight, and may be the eager athlete who constantly 
competes at his capacity. Athletes with previous heat 
problems should be watched closely. 

10. It is important to observe for signs of heat illness. Some 
trouble signs are nausea, incoherence, fatigue, weakness, 
vomiting, cramps, weak rapid pulse, flushed appearance, 
visual disturbances, and unsteadiness. If heat illness is 
suspected, seek a physician's immediate service. Recom- 
mended emergency procedures are vital. 

Recommendations 

Specific recommendations resulting from the 1986 survey 
data are as follows: 

1. Mandatory medical examinations and medical history 
should be taken before allowing an athlete to participate in 
football. The NCAA recommends a thorough medical ex- 
amination when the athlete first enters the college athletic 
program and an annual health history update with use of 
referral exams when warranted. If the doctor or coach has 
any questions about the athlete's readiness to participate, the 
athlete should not be allowed to play. High school coaches 
should follow the recommendations set by their state high 
school athletic associations. 

2. All personnel concerned with training football athletes 
should emphasize proper, gradual, and complete physical 
conditioning. Particular emphasis should be placed on neck 
strengthening exercises. 

3. A physician should be present at all games and practice 
sessions. If it is impossible for a physician to be present at all 
practice sessions, emergency measures must be provided. 



Annual Survey Of Football Injury Continued on Page Eleven 



PAGE TEN 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MAY, 1987 



1987-88 
CALENDAR OF ACTIVITIES 



August 3-20 
August 18-25 
August 24-28 
September 14 
October 1-29 
October 23-24 
October 26-31 
October 30-31 
October 31 
October 31 - 

November 24 
November 2-7 
November 6-7 
November 7 
November 13-14 
November 20-21 
November 27-28 
December 7 
February 6 
February 12-13 
February 13 
February 20 
February 25 
February 26-27 
February 27 

February 29 - 

March 5 
March 7-12 
March 16-19 
March 21 
March 23-26 
March 29 
March 30 
April 2 
April 15 
May 9-14 

May 14 
May 16-21 



May 21 
May 23-28 
May 24 
May 25 
May 26-28 
May 28 
May 31 - 
June 1 

June 2-3 
June 2-4 



Twelve Football Clinics for Coaches and Officials 

Three Volleyball Clinics for Coaches and Officials 

Four Soccer Clinics for Coaches and Officials 

National Federation Part II Exam - Football, Soccer, Volleyball 

Seventeen Basketball Clinics for Coaches and Officials 

Regional Volleyball Tournaments 

Regional Soccer Tournaments 

State Volleyball Tournament 

Regional Cross Country Meets 

Four Wrestling Clinics for Coaches and Officials 

State Soccer Tournament 

Football District Winners & Runners-Up - Play-Offs 

State Cross Country Meet 

Football District Winners Play 

Football Reigonal Winners Play 

Football State Championships (Class A, AA, AAA, AAAA) Louisville 

National Federation Part II Exam - Basketball, Wrestling 

District Wrestling Tournament 

Regional Swimming Meets 

Regional Wrestling Tournaments 

Sectional Wrestling Tournament 

Track Clinic - Louisville 

State Swimming Meets 

State Wrestling Tournament 

District Basketball Tournaments 

Regional Basketball Tournaments 

Boys' State Basketball Tournament 

National Federation Part II Exam - Baseball, Softball, Track 

Girls' State Basketball Tournament 

Track Clinic - Owensboro 

Track Clinic - Lexington 

Mid-America Classic - Louisville 

Delegate Assembly Meeting 

District Softball Tournaments 

District Baseball Tournaments 

Regional Track Meets 

Regional Baseball Tournaments 

Regional Softball Touranments 

Regional Tennis Tournaments 

Sectional Track Meets 

First Round of State Baseball Tournament 

Girls' Regional Golf Tournaments 

Boys' Regional Golf Tournaments 

State Softball Tournament 

State Track Meet 

Boys' State Golf Tournament 

Girls' State Golf Tournament 

Semi-Finals and Finals of State Baseball Tournament 

State Tennis Tournaments 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATLETE FOR MAY, 1987 



PAGE ELEVEN 



State Tennis Tournament 



University of Kentucky, Lexington, Kentucky June 4-6, 1987 

TIME SCHEDULE 



12:45 
2:00 




Thursday, June 4, 1987 

Coaches Meeting and Briefing Session, K.H.S.A.A. Office V^ 1 
Competition begins and continues throughout day and evening 
(if necessary) through quarterfinals of singles and doubles. 



9:00 a.m. 



Friday, June 5, 1987 

Competition continues in singles and doubles. 



Saturday, June 6, 1987 

9:00 a.m. — Doubles Semi-finals (Boys and Girls) 
10:30 a.m. — Singles Semi-finals (Boys and Girls) 
12:00 p.m. — Doubles-finals (Boys and Girls) 

1:30 p.m. — Singles (Girls)-Finals followed by the Boys Singles Finals 

(a change in schedule may occur in case of inclement weather) 



BOYS' TOURNAMENT MANAGER - 
GIRLS' TOURNAMENT MANAGER 



Joe Kroh 

■ Becky Watson, Liz Sadler, Mary Robinson 



Annual Survey Ot Football Injury Continued from Page Nine 

4. All personnel associated with football participation 
should be cognizant of the problems and safety measures 
related to physical activity in hot weather. 

5. Each institution should strive to have a team trainer who 
is a regular member of the faculty and is adequately prepared 
and qualified. 

6. Cooperative liaison should be maintained by all groups 
interested in the field of Athletic Medicine (coaches, trainers, 
physicians, manufacturers, administrators, and so forth). 

7. There should be strict enforcement of game rules, and 
administrative regulations should be enforced to protect the 
health of the athlete. Coaches and school officials must 
support the game officials in their conduct of the athletic 
contests. 

8. There should be a renewed emphasis on employing 
well-trained athletic personnel, providing excellent facilities, 
and securing the safest and best equipment possible. 

9. There should be continued research concerning the 
safety factor in football (rules, facilities, equipment, and so 
forth). 

10. Coaches should continue to teach and emphasize the 
proper fundamentals of blocking and tackling to help reduce 
head and neck fatalities. Keep the head out of football. 

11. Strict enforcement of the rules of the game by both 
coaches and officials will help reduce serious injuries. 

1 2. When a player has experienced or shown signs of head 
trauma (loss of consciousness, visual disturbance, head- 
ache, inability to walk correctly, obvious disorientation, 
memory loss), he should receive immediate medical attention 
and should not be allowed to return to practice or game 
without permission from the proper medical authorities. 



© 



STATE GOLF 
COMMITTEE MEETING 

February 3, 1987 



The State Golf Committee for the Kentucky High School 
Athletic Association met on Tuesday, February 3. 1 987, at the 
Association office in Lexington. The meeting was called to 
order by Bill Wise, Executive Assistant at 1 0:00 a.m. Attending 
the meeting were Lou Brown, Ernie Denham and Marty 
Donlon, members of the State Committee; Bill Wise, Executive 
Assistant and Brigid DeVries, Assistant Commissioner. 

The first item of business was to re-establish a State Golf 
Committee. The Committee members are as follows: Tish Car, 
Ernie Denham, Bill Frost, Dave Baer, Joan Mazzaro, Lou 
Brown, Marty Donlon, John Hackett and Doug Jenkins. 

All information for State and Regional Tournaments was 
reviewed and minor changes were made for the current 
season. It was requested that Ernie Denham obtain Golf 
Rule Books for each school and to inlcude these in infor- 
mation to the Regional Managers. The Kentucky High School 
Athletic Association announced that the Boys' State Tourna- 
ment would be held at Lincoln Trail Country Club, Vine Grove 
in 1 987 and the Girls' Tournament will be at the Elizabethtown 
Country Club, Elizabethtown, Kentucky. Date for the 
Regionals: May 27-28, 1987. Date for the State: June 2-3, 
1987. 

The Committee made a recommendation that the Board of 
Control be approached again concerning moving golf from 
a spring sport to a fall sport. 

There being no further business, the meeting adjourned. 



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